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Equity & Justice Issues with the Architecture Profession

Thu, Mar 11, 2021    11am

Interrupting Business as Usual: Equity + Justice Issues with the Profession Today

A panel discussion among:

  • Kendall Nicholson, Director of Research and Information, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
  • Mark Gardner, Principal, Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects; Advocacy Chair, National Organization of Minority Architects; Former Co-Chair, AIA/NY Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Tonja Adair ’07 MSAUD, Founding Principal of Splice Design and Past-President nycoba NOMA and current New York State AIA, Director
  • Kiki Dennis, Partner, Berke Architecture D.P.C. and leader of the firm’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative

Moderated by LeAnn Shelton ’90 M.Arch, Esq., General Counsel and Director of Business Affairs for Rockwell Group.

Organized by Adjunct Professor Robert Herrmann as part of the Advanced Professional Practice architecture course.