- AICAE American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers
The American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers is a non-profit corporation established in 1976. Its membership is comprised of American Indian architecture, engineering, and design professionals throughout the United States of America. Its purpose is to advance the role of American Indian professional engineers, architects and design professionals in practice; to encourage American Indians to pursue careers as professional engineers, architects, and design professionals, and; to consolidate the expertise of members into a single focus for representation on a national level.
- American Institute of Architects Equity in Architecture Commission
Through its equity and future of architecture committee, AIA is working to build a more diverse profession.
- American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIANY)
- American Institute of Architects San Francisco (AIASF) Equity by Design Committee
Equity by Design is a call to action to realize the goal of equitable practice for everyone, advance the profession and communicate the value of architecture to society.
- Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation
The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation is a nonprofit organization with the mission of advancing the knowledge and recognition of women’s contributions to architecture.
- The Directory of African American Architects
The Directory of African American Architects promotes awareness of who African American architects are and where they are located. The sole qualification for listing is licensure in one of the fifty US jurisdictions and their territories.
- International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA)
As part of its mission to act as a clearinghouse of information about all women architects, past and present, the IAWA also collects and catalogs books, monographs, and other publications written by or about women architects, designers, planners, etc. These publications are accessible through the Virginia Tech library’s online catalog, Addison. The IAWA also compiles biographical information. There is information about more than 650 women representing 48 countries and 42 states/territories in the United States available in the IAWA Biographical Database.
- National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)
National Architecture Accrediting Board and ACSA- Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
- National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)
- New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects
- New York Coalition of Black Architects and National Organization of Minority Architects New York Chapter (nycobaNOMA)
The local New York City chapter of NOMA joined with the New York Coalition of Black Architects to create nycobaNOMA, an organization is committed to increasing the representation of minority architects in the profession by assisting interns in obtaining licensure, mentoring students and newly licensed architects, and encouraging early outreach in secondary schools.
QSPACE is a queer architectural research organization that pushes for organized action through exhibitions, publications, digital archiving, and design guidelines; QSPACE is a hub for students, professionals, and academics to connect and collaborate on LGBTQ topics in the built environment.
- The Society of Women Engineers partners with Arup to promote Diversity and Inclusion
Stalled! takes as its point of departure national debates surrounding transgender access to public restrooms to address an urgent social justice issue: the need to create safe, sustainable and inclusive public restrooms for everyone regardless of age, gender, race, religion and disability.
- Steven Lawrence Charitable Trust
Fri, Oct 12 | 1.5 LUJ. Max Bond Jr. Lecture | Attaining Wakandan Utopia
Tue, Sep 11 | 1.5 LU | 1.5 HSWDiversity X Design Breakfast Series: Infrastructure with Building Leaders
Fri, Jun 22A+ Session: Lessons Learned from Whitney Young
Mon, Jun 18 | 1.5 LU | 1.5 HSWEquity X Design Mappy Hour: Sketching Equitable Workplaces
Sat, Feb 10 | 3.5 LUNext Gen Arch: Designing Towards an Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Profession
Wed, Feb 1 | 1.5 LU | 1.5 HSWRevisiting Whitney Young: Diversity Today