Mary Melissa Yohn
Architect , Tuck-Hinton Architects
Mary Melissa received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Auburn University in 2012. During her time there, she spent a semester abroad studying architecture and urban planning in Florence, Italy. She participated in Auburn University’s Rural Studio as both a second year and thesis student, where she worked in rural Hale County, Alabama on the design and construction of the Rose Lee House and Lions Park, a 40-acre community sports complex.
She is currently employed at Tuck-Hinton Architects in Nashville, Tennessee and will be licensed as of July 2015. Her previous experience includes an internship with Cohen Carnaggio Reynolds in Birmingham, Alabama where she worked on projects including single family residences, a community arts center, and a master plan for a convention center and residential development.
Since moving to Nashville, she has become involved in various community groups and professional organizations and regularly pursues networking opportunities with other emerging professionals. Outside the office, Mary Melissa serves as House Captain and member of the Board of Directors for Rebuilding Together’s Nashville affiliate, and a committee member of both AIA and USGBC’s Emerging Professionals committees.