Architect turned Refuge Point Builder
Badia Wasem came over to America with her parents when she was very young. Whip smart, she discovered architecture in high school and never looked back. Nationally famous in architecture circles, she was in St. Louis looking into a new museum when Destruction Day. She doesn’t talk much about what happened during the 2 months before she found her way to Union Station and Refuge Point but she’s been a valued member of the community ever since.
She’s blunt, almost to the point of rudeness and has little time for anything that she considers to be wasting hers. But she is also generous and extremely dedicated and gets her hands dirty just as much, if not more than everything that she works with.