Dr. David Sledge moved to Sacramento to become a professor of architectural history/theory/criticism and design from Washington, DC, in 2021. He graduated summa cum laude with a Doctor of Education from Drexel University, summa cum laude with a Master’s degree in Architectural history/theory/criticism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Third in Class With Honors from Ecole d’Art Americaines in Fontainebleau, France, and magna cum laude from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.
Mr. Sledge has over a decade of experience practicing architecture at LUHF Branded Environments, LLC, Interior Design in Washington, DC; Alliance Architecture, Interior Architecture in Durham, NC; O’Brien/Atkins Associates, Architects in Durham, NC; Major S. Sanders, Jr., AIA, NOMA, Architects in Greensboro, NC; Philip Bisesi, PE, Engineering in Greensboro, NC; Clinton E. Gravely, AIA, NOMA, Architects in Greensboro, NC. Mr. Sledge brings expertise and experience serving on the largest condominium complex in Washington, DC as CEO and Board President of Carrollsburg, A Condominium in Washington, DC for 425 owners & 11 acres. Sledge managed the Window Replacement Project (TWRP)- a four-million-dollar capital improvement project- the client’s largest ever.
According to The Carrollsburg, A Condominium Report after his relocation to Philadelphia- “Mr. Sledge led the Board forward through a major restructuring: he signed four new contracts to save over $50,000 in the first year alone. He stopped unannounced meetings- as required by law. He achieved a 50% reduction in cost for nighttime security guards, over $500,000.00 in savings from the original Budget and Final Bid for TWRP; at the time of this report, there has not been a single Change-Order on TWRP.”
Sledge is a member of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, a recipient of the Fredricka K. Reisman Award for Outstanding Graduate Work in Creativity Studies, and has an extensive scholarship record. Dr. Sledge has taught at Drexel University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture de Paris La Villette, Howard University, and lectured at numerous other universities. He is currently a professor at Sac State and lives in midtown Sacramento. Sledge enjoys architecture, design, art, travel, movies, repartee, reading, learning, and laughter.