Annicia Streete is an assistant professor in the LSU School of Architecture. Annicia was born in Trinidad and Tobago a twinisland republic in the Southern Caribbean. Her academic and professional background is multi-disciplinary, earning her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structures at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and a Master of Architecture at the University of Colorado Denver. This background has afforded her the opportunity to teach and practice across the architecture, construction, and engineering fields over the past fourteen years. Her research interests focus on Formal and Informal Building Technology practices of African Diasporic communities throughout the Caribbean, Afro-Latin America, and southern Louisiana. It is situated in the domain studies of Afrofuturism, Black Environmental Design and Black Aesthetics. She is a founding member of the Colorado professional chapter of NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) and served on the Executive Board as chapter parliamentarian. She also serves on the National Board of NOMA as one of the Educate Co-Chairs and as the current Faculty Advisor for the LSU Student Chapter of NOMA (LSU NOMAS). Annicia counts each opportunity to teach and serve an honor.