Hopkins joins the firm to work primarily with the architecture practice, specializing in healthcare, education, justice, and community projects in the federal, state, and local markets. Prior to joining Dewberry, she worked as a business developer for a large tax resolution law firm.

Hopkins was named a National Emerging Leader in 2019 by the Accounting & Finance Women’s Alliance, where she also serves as the national council chair for young professionals across the country. Locally, she is the president of the Tulsa Accounting & Finance Women’s Alliance; a director and board governance committee member at the Tulsa Ballet; an active member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services; a long-term volunteer at The Zone Academy; and an executive committee board member at the Greater Tulsa Home Builder’s Association. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Nicole to our team,” says Dewberry Principal and Business Unit Manager Bruce Henley, AIA, LEED AP, RID, NCARB. “Her background in community and business development is a wonderful asset to our organization, and we’re excited to have her expertise and knowledge of Tulsa to assist us in better serving our community.”

Hopkins earned a bachelor’s degree in international community development from Oral Roberts University (2015). In 2019, she was selected as one of Oklahoma’s NextGen Under 30 award recipients.