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The focus of this meeting will be equity, diversity, and inclusion within the architectural industry. This theme will be addressed through a panel of chosen firm and industry leaders within the Bay Area. The conversation will start off with topics from our moderator, and finish off with questions from the audience. So come be a part of this important conversation and let your voice be heard!

 Export to Your Calendar 4/19/2017
When: April 19, 2017
6:00 pm
Where: San Jose Woman's Club
75 South 11th Street
San Jose, California  95112
United States
Contact: Stephanie Osborne
(408) 298-0611


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Designing Equity For All

 

April 19, 2017

6:00 - 8:30 pm

San Jose Women’s Club

A panel discussion

 

The theme ‘Designing Equity for All' was inspired by the National AIA Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission, the recommended Call to Action Items will be shared with Santa Clara Valley.

 

The Women in Architecture (WIA) Committee has an exciting initiative, intending to achieve the goal of hosting the National Women’s Leadership Summit in the Bay Area for 2019. As such, WIA is challenging our SCV chapter to be the gold standard in the advancement of equity. Inspired by the AIA's National Call to Action, we will be using the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Report as our framework to begin discussions. To work towards our goal, we must measure where we are and actively work on establishing an equitable and sustainable model. 

 

Let us gather together, men and women, listen to leaders at all levels and learn from each other as our first step.  The April chapter meeting will be the launch of our path towards 2019, followed up by more activity in the September SCV Knowledge Conference. Join us to begin the dialogue, frame our next steps in learning, make an impact and work towards an SCV call to Action.  Come be a part of Designing an Equitable Future.

 

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Panelists

Thang Do, FAIA
Aedis Architects

 

 

Christine Laing, AIA, LEED AP
Gensler

 

 

Kate Conley, LEED AP
Foster & Partners 

 

Ken Rodrigues, FAIA
Kenneth Rodrigues & Partners

 

Monique Wood, LEED AP

Cody Anderson Wasney

  

 

Krista Nelson, RA, LEED AP, CSI, CDT, EDAC

ABA, Associate Principal 

 

Moderator

Anne M. Torney, AIA, LEED AP
Mithun, Partner

 

 

 

  

 

The San Jose Woman's Club, one of California's oldest women’s organizations, was established in 1894 as part of a nationwide social movement of women’s clubs that combined self-improvement with voluntary community work. Today, the San Jose Woman's club is no longer a same-sex organization, but it continues to focus on supporting women and the community by maintaining an active calendar of events, providing leadership and mentoring for women, scholarships for local students, funding local and women's charitable organizations, preserving its historic Clubhouse and performing charitable work.

 

The theme ‘Designing Equity for All' was inspired by the National AIA Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission, the recommended Call to Action Items will be shared with Santa Clara Valley:

 

 

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The Women in Architecture Committee (WIA) is composed of women architects and allies in the Chapter for the purpose of increasing the incidence and visibility of women in architecture and in related design and construction industries. We exist to bring awareness to the gender disparity that exists in the profession in order to achieve equality. We exist to empower women by fostering growth, building leaders and role models, promoting the success of women architects, serving as a catalyst for equality and fair treatment, bringing about balance in the profession, and by redefining success.

 

 

 

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