Moore Ruble Yudell participated in the AIA LA symposium, Powerful: Celebrating Women in Architecture....read more
Moore Ruble Yudell participated in the AIA LA symposium, Powerful: Celebrating Women in Architecture. Krista Becker, FAIA was a member on the panel discussion “Redefining the Arc of a Successful Career,” Carissa Shrock, AIA spoke on the panel “Are Women Led Project Teams More Effective?” moderated by Frances Anderton, and Katie Carley moderated the panel “Diversity: Why Does it Matter?”
In its first ever symposium dedicated to women, AIA Los Angeles brought women in architecture to the spotlight. Motivated by The American Institute of Architects’ effort to re-position itself as a more equitable organization (and inspired by AIA San Francisco’s annual conference The Missing 32 % Project), AIA|LA coordinated a design symposium that highlighted best practices in women leadership in design. The symposium served as a forum to hear from emerging professionals who are currently navigating the pathway towards a successful career. It featured inspirational and energetic presentations that showcase women who are leading the design profession in architecture, art, social impact and innovation.
The symposium took place on February 27. 2015 at the Skylight Studios–Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City.
Principal James Mary O'Connor presents at Tsinghua University’s renowned School of Architecture in Beijing, China....read more
Principal James Mary O'Connor, AIA presents at Tsinghua University’s renowned School of Architecture in Beijing, China. He will give a lecture entitled “Authenticity and Place—Cities for People.” Tsinghua University has consistently been ranked alongside Peking University as the top institution of higher learning in China. The presentation will take place on Monday, April 20, 2015 from 3:30–5:00pm. James will be introduced by Assistant Dean, Head of the Office of International Affairs, Professor Wangyi.