Madonna Wilson received her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky as well as a Bachelor of Science in Art and Interior Design from Spalding University. Madonna has over 30 years of experience as a project architect and project manager, with areas of specialization in retail and commercial design, food service facilities, space planning, healthcare/medical architecture, historic preservation, ADA, and developmental disabilities housing. She is a certified International Code Council Building Inspector for Commercial and Residential Buildings and is a part of the Code Administrators Association of Kentucky. Madonna’s free time consists of creating custom pieces in her woodworking shop. She has had her woodwork displayed at the Kentucky Museum of Arts & Crafts, Spalding University Huff and Weber Galleries, and a Honduras mahogany bench on permanent display at the Fund for the Arts main lobby.