Imani Day is an award-winning, licensed architect, writer and founder of RVSN Studios. Originally from Montclair, New Jersey, she graduated early from Cornell University’s School of Architecture in 2011 and has spent her career working on culturally transformative projects across America. Imani is currently a design teaching fellow with Cornell University and has previously taught at Florida A&M University and the University of Detroit Mercy. Her courses focus on social justice in design, and architecture as advocacy.
In addition to her work as a designer, Imani continues to champion equity within the profession. As a writer and editor, Imani works to amplify underrepresented voices and uncover social issues in the industry. She is proud to be the 13th African American woman to become a licensed architect in the state of Michigan and 463rd in America.