Aisha Branham is an architect and associate at MGA Partners Architects, and focuses on the design, craft, and management of large, complex projects with elaborate user groups, primarily in the institutional and federal sectors. Her experience also includes residential and religious work. Aisha brings a discerning attention to design through her underlying passion for detail, innovation, and materials, and through her client-focused practice that assists in achieving their strategic goals. She is also an educator, having been a teaching assistant at University of Pennsylvania’s Stuart Weitzman School of Design, as well as serving as a frequent studio juror for Drexel and Temple Universities. Aisha is a member of the National Organization of Minority Architects and the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, and has volunteered extensively at advocacy group Center For Literacy, now called Beyond Literacy. She is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, a native Pennsylvanian, and an avid explorer, having visited 5 continents and counting.