Santa Fe, NM, USA
Zoë Toledo is a Diné Asdzáán, a member of the Navajo Nation and a Master of Architecture I candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Before studying at the GSD, Zoë researched architecture's dual role in signaling progress through the control of the built environment and how it remained subject to the logic of heritage and culture. She joined MASS in the Summer of 2020 and has rejoined for Summer 2022 and supports the Sustainable Native Communities Design Lab in its mission to empower Native communities through culturally responsive design. Zoë received an A.B in Architecture from Princeton University.