Career in Architecture
Carmen Demspter was licensed in New York in 1964. She worked for the Department of Public Works for more than 30 years. She received the Sloan Public Service award from the New York Fund, given to individuals for 30 years of service. She worked for the city for 33 years in many different positions from an architect in the Department of General Services to Assistant Director of Architecture.
Press and Awards
- 1980 recipient of the Sloan Public Service Award from the New York Fund for giving more than 30 years of service to New York City
- Member of CANA (Council for the Advancement of the Negro in Architecture)
- Member of the Association of Black Women in Architecture and Design Professionals