Jade Royer, a Woodbury graduate, is making headlines. She was born in Rennes, France, lived in Hong Kong for eight years, and relocated to Los Angeles for her studies at Woodbury. Her degree is in BArch and she has a keen interest in global exploration.
While studying, Royer led the 2023 Solar Decathlon Build Challenge. This involved building Southern California's first approved 3D-printed house, which showcased her leadership and innovative architectural approach.
Beyond her academic endeavors, she interned at HA+MA, an architecture firm in Los Angeles. This year-long internship offered valuable industry experience. For her final project, she designed a park in Surfridge meant for both humans and animals to interact.
An article in VoyageLA highlights Royer's satisfaction with her growing career. In addition to her professional work, she tutors, volunteers, and travels to learn about new cultures, demonstrating her dedication to self-improvement and community involvement.