SCOTTSDALE — The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin announces the appointment of Michael Twenty-three as the Project Manager for the Studio being conducted in the towns of Globe and Miami.
The Studio officially launched in January of 2016 and will conclude in January of 2020 and is carried out by the master’s students at Taliesin.
In this position, Michael will set and oversee strategy to execute projects designed by the graduate students at Taliesin, build vital relationships with residents and key stakeholders and will help identify and implement local projects in the community.
Michael will also help manage Taliesin’s internship program with local high school students, teaching them valuable community organizing skills and how to integrate their ideas for revitalization into Taliesin’s design strategies.
“We are incredibly excited to have Michael join the team and are confident he will help take this unprecedented and unique partnership to new heights,” said Director of Development for the School, Jason Donofrio.
Michael’s experience and devotion to making a positive impact on his local community has made him an ideal fit for this new position.
“I recognize the challenges and opportunities of the Globe-Miami Studio and I am committed to its success” said Michael on his new role.