Donald Taylor-Patterson


Donald joined U3 Advisors in June 2018, bringing experience in design, construction, and urban planning. Prior to joining U3A, Donald worked as a Designer and Project manager at A&E Construction. There he served as the designer and project development lead for numerous residential and commercial design-build projects.

Donald earned a BA in Architecture and Urban Studies from Princeton University, and a Master of Urban Planning from Harvard University. At Princeton, Donald won the urbanism thesis prize for his senior thesis on the legacy of urban renewal in Trenton, New Jersey. At Harvard, Donald interned at the Joint Center for Housing Studies where he wrote and published a paper on opportunities and barriers to well-designed affordable housing in Massachusetts. He was also an executive board member of the African-American Student Union (AASU) and committee member for the biennial Black in Design conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.