Full Name
Dozie Ibeh
Speaker Bio
Dozie Ibeh, Associate Vice President of Capital Projects, Princeton University, AIA, LEED AP

As Associate Vice President of capital projects, Ibeh plays a leading role in the design and execution of large-scale projects the University has announced as a part of its 2030 Capital Plan, which includes facilities supporting the expansion of undergraduate student enrollment, new facilities for Environmental Studies and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, a new Lake Campus and East Campus, and the expansion and renovation of the Art Museum. Prior to joining Princeton in 2021, Ibeh served as associate vice president for Temple University’s Project Delivery Group, and worked for several industry design firms.

Ibeh graduated from Temple University with a bachelor of science degree in architecture and has a master of science degree in construction management from Drexel University. He is a registered architect and LEED-accredited professional, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the National Organization of Minority Architects, the Construction Owners Association of America, and the Society for College and University Planning. He is a board member of the Philadelphia Chapter Architecture Construction Engineering Mentor Program and the Arts Council of Princeton.
Dozie Ibeh