Frankie Ware is a part-time professor at Georgia State and is currently teaching Introduction to Interior Design. She has taught part-time at Georgia State since 2013 teaching a variety of classes including Architectural Drafting, Lighting Design, Commercial Studio, CAD, and Professional Practice. Frankie graduated from Auburn University College of Architecture with a Bachelor of Interior Design. She graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Atlanta with a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design. Her thesis was on How the Aging Population of America May Influence Cruise Ship Design. Information was gathered through a mixed-method approach using qualitative, quantitative, interviews and research. Since graduating from Auburn, Frankie has worked in the hospitality industry with Wilson & Associates (Dallas, TX), and John Portman & Associates (Atlanta, GA). She has worked in corporate design with Jova, Daniels, Busby (Atlanta, GA), and in education and ecclesiastical design with CGLS Architects (Atlanta, GA). While working at CGLS Architects, she has taught part-time at the Art Institute of Atlanta, SCAD Atlanta, and Athens Technical College.