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AIANY Oculus Magazine, Winter 2018

Equity by Design

“Citizen architects may take part in political conversations, but bringing politics back to the office remains fraught, according to the CLP survey. For example, only 18% of firms responding support the display of political signs, buttons, stickers in the workplace.” 

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ARCHITECTURE New York State Magazine, September 2018

Cultivating Emerging Architectural Professionals into Civic Leaders

“Our physical surroundings exhibit the qualities that not only create great leaders and designers, but also great cities and countries. We should embrace the relationship between architecture and the universal truths which improve places, people and the environment.” 

“It’s clear that this group’s volunteer work has transformed their outlook on architectural practice. They’re curating their own professional experience. The range of volunteer work that these leaders have pursued covers homelessness and housing, rights of the disabled, and immigration reform, to name a few.”

“Although the program’s priorities may shift as current events and political climates change, the CLP’s mission will always remain. We must balance the multitude of lawyers and businessmen designing the policies that shape our cities, suburbs and countryside with design professionals who are trained to do so.”

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AIA College of Fellows Newsletter, February 2019

AIA New York Civic Leadership Program

“The [program] was able to address such critical issues as transitional and affordable housing, grant writing, community board and non-profit board service, as well as ideas to improve the education pipeline in NYC, all within the framework of their development sessions.”

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