Nancy Hernandez

Nancy Hernandez

Los Angeles, CA, US



Upon completion of  Woodbury University's Architecture Bachelors Degree, I am seeking the opportunity to apply myself to a Junior Architectural Designer position to further elevate on my professional experience and allowing me to progress in my career and advance within an architectural firm. The position is an ideal prospect in view of my experience and I now desire a fresh challenge and the possibility of progression, to enable me to fulfill my career goals and built upon the creative skill I have already acquired.



Intr-Spec Hospitality Design, Marina del Rey, CA, US, CAD Drafter

-Provide design drawings sets with floor plans, reflected ceiling plans, shop drawings, detail drawings, elevations of existing buildings, and schematic designs, material finish key, construction document notes, and photo renderings for interior renovations.
-Train new and update incoming employees.

May 2013 - Sep 2014

Woodbury University, Faculty Center, Burbank, CA, US, Administrative Assistant

-Provide administrative support within the office of many faculty members.
-Manage the executive calender, prepare spreadsheets, presentations, and meeting arrangements.
-Document budgeting records and process confidential student information.
-Train new and incoming office assistants.

Aug 2011 - Jun 2013

Woodbury University, Woodshop, Burbank, CA, US, Woodshop Assistant

-Enforce safety regulations in the shop and assist with any building
-Create assistive tools for building projects.
-Aid students with proper shop safety.
-Document inquiries and transactions of students.

Aug 2010 - Dec 2011


Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, BArch, School of Architecture

Aug 2010 - current

Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA, US, Associate of Architecture

Jun 2006 - Jun 2010


Urban Policy Certificate, Award

Civic leadership through citywide dialogue, gallery exhibitions, and policy charettes provide architecture policy students as emerging professionals with leadership tools as well as a policy experience with a wide range of city-changing topics including: social and environmental justice, complete streets and mobility, health and design, placemaking and economic development through land use, affordable housing, historic preservation, and of course, civic engagement.


Excellence for Outstanding Leadership in the School of Architecture, Award

Annual recognition of of exceptional academic and leadership.


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