Miriam was born and raised in New Mexico and is a member of the Navajo Nation with additional family roots in the Hopi Tribe. In addition to her experience in architectural design, Miriam has traveled the region working on a range of commercial, institutional and tribal interior design projects.
Since joining Atkin Olshin Schade Architects, Miriam has worked on the preservation plan for Las Vegas, NM City Hall and new housing for Santo Domingo Pueblo. She has also worked on GIS mapping for the Pueblo de Cochiti Plaza Revitalization Plan and Kewa Pueblo Historic Building Inventory. Miriam is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning and Design.