M Melinda Ubera U Education
University of Texas at San Antonio // San Antonio, Texas - Graduated May 2012 - Bachelors of Science in Architecture The Woodlands High School // The Woodlands, Texas - Graduated May 2008 - High School Diploma
Autodesk Products AutoCAD 2013 | Revit 2013| 3ds Max 2013 Adobe CS6 Photoshop | Illustrator | InDesign| Lightroom McNeel Rhino V-Ray Rendering | Grasshopper Google Sketchup Hand Drafting | Rendering Microsoft Office Programs
Languages English Spanish French
Work Experience Truth Design, July 2012 - Present // The Woodlands, Texas
Architectural and Visualization Manager Truth Design is a business that is in charge of producing 3D laser scanning and 3D models. I am in charge of creating animational renders via 3ds Max, create fabricational drawings and isometrics. I also learned how to use the program Cyclone, which I have used to create TruViews from the 3D laser scanning.
UTSA Planning and Development Offices, Sept. 2011 - May 2012 // San Antonio, Texas
Student Assistant In the Department of Planning and Development offices, I worked for the University of Texas San Antonio’s schools architect. I assist with any tasks and assistance one needs such as building 3D models for proposed buildings, creating presentation renders, and presentational diagrams. I am also currently helping with the organization of the archives room and learning about the documentation process a project entails of.
Truth Chemical, May 2010 - August 2011 // The Woodlands, Texas
Office Assistant Summer intern at Truth Chemical for two summers, a business that purchases and transports chemicals. I worked in an office environment where I obtained professional skills. During my du- ration at Truth, I helped answer phone calls, took messages, organized files, desk documents, and on several occasions worked on individual tasks with other people.
Activities American Institute of Architecture Students // University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio TX
President, August 2010 - May 2011 Past AIAS Chapter President at UTSA College of Architecture. With my leadership, I was able to recruit more members than the past year. Student head coordinator for student participation in the AIA SA Beaux Arts “Illuminate” Ball of 2011. Our group designed, organized, and produced origami-based fashion costumes for the event. Along with a partner, we produced digital laser-cut files of the origami templates to be mass-produced and built. Student head coordinator in our school’s participation for San Antonio’s annual “Luminaria 2011” light sculptures installation in Downtown San Antonio. Secretary, August 2009 - May 2010 As an officer member, we were able to imply organizational skills to the organization. As a team, our board was able to bring more programs to our AIAS at UTSA Chapter. Member, August 2008 - Present