Young women in architecture, engineering and related fields will have the opportunity to learn innovative ways to advance their careers in these traditionally male-dominated industries through the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation’s newly announced Emerging Leaders 2024 program.
Not every architect has the opportunity to build skyscrapers. In Pennsylvania, architect and industrial designer Anna Wagner Keichline used her talents to improve the lives of her neighbors by designing their houses and gathering places.
The leading women’s advocacy organization Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation has announced a leadership change, as architect and innovator Cynthia Phifer Kracauer, AIA, the organization’s executive director for the last seven-plus years, plans to leave the post by the end of this year.
Pioneering architect and women’s advocate Beverly Willis, FAIA, died Oct. 1, according to her longtime spouse, Wanda Bubriski. Willis, 95, was an American architect whose architectural concepts and practices have influenced the design of cities and buildings.
The pioneering African American woman architect Amaza Lee Meredith (born in 1895) is celebrated in one of the latest episodes of the New Angle: Voice audio documentary series created by Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation.
The legacies of Ada Louise Huxtable, the trailblazing New York Times and Wall Street Journal architecture critic, and the pioneering African American woman architect Amaza Lee Meredith are celebrated in the latest episodes of the New Angle: Voice audio documentary series.
The Exceptional Women Alliance announced that after an expansive search and in-depth interview process, Gia Pignanelli Dowling, Corporate Vice President of People and Culture at Nicholas and Company, was selected as a Fall 2022 EWA Awardee.
Stephanie Parker, president of South Florida Condo-HOA, has facilitated significant growth in the market while breaking down barriers within the property management industry
May 27, 2023
Stephanie Parker, president of the South Florida Condo-HOA division at FirstService Residential, North America’s leading property management company, was recently named a 2023 Influential Business Woman by the South Florida Business Journal.
Bentley Systems announced CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Sheena Gaynes to the Women of the Channel list for 2023. Each year, CRN recognizes women from vendor, distributor and solution provider organizations whose expertise and vision are leaving a noticeable and commendable mark on the technology industry.
The architecture and historic preservation firm Page & Turnbull has announced board appointments for two of the firm’s leaders: Melisa Gaudreau, AIA, in Sacramento, California, and Elisa Hernández Skaggs, AIA, in San Francisco.