JOHN D. SULTON
Sulton Campbell Britt & Associates, PC
African American AIA Fellow
SAY IT LOUD - Washington DC Exhibitor
Washington DC Based Designer
He was an elder and trustee of the 15th Street Presbyterian Church and a member of Presbyterians Incorporated to Conserve Housing.
JOHN D. SULTON
John Dennis Sulton was an architect and founding partner of the architectural firm Sulton Campbell Britt Owens & Associates. Mr. Sulton, who lived in Washington, was born in St. George, S.C. He graduated from South Carolina State College and from Kansas State College, where he studied architecture. He came to Washington and began his architectural career in 1941. He founded Sulton Campbell Britt Owens & Associates in 1964 and served as chief executive officer and chairman of the board. Mr. Sulton was a member of the Washington Historic Preservation Review Board and the National Organization of Minority Architects. He was an elder and trustee of the 15th Street Presbyterian Church and a member of Presbyterians Incorporated to Conserve Housing.
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Howard University School of Business and Public Administration
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Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, Architect
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The School of Business at Howard University was founded in 1970 and the building program includes a state-of-the-art auditorium, Bloomberg Lab, and cybersecurity lab in addition to classrooms.