Emily Grandstaff-Rice FAIA Speaking at AIA Central Valley Empowering Conference

Arrowstreet Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA is speaking at the AIA Central Valley Empowering conference. She will be discussing how increasingly, architects will be called to lead efforts in finding solutions to many of our society’s most pressing issues. To successfully meet these challenges, as well as the unknown challenges ahead, we must have the talent, passion, and creativity of…

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Arrowstreet at AIA’s Blueprint for a Better Future 2019

Arrowstreet Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice will be attending the AIA’s 2019 Conference on Architecture. This year’s theme is “Blueprint for a Better Future” in Las Vegas, Nevada. Beyond its excess, extremes, and appetite for the ersatz, Las Vegas is a global pioneer in design. Its ever-changing landscape is an incubator for the kind of transformation that influences architecture and design…

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice on Affecting Change in Architecture

A Senior Associate at Arrowstreet, Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA talked with Girl Uninterupted about making policy changes, being a woman in architecture, and observing challenges for emerging professionals. Emily served as Boston Society of Architects President in 2014 and is currently the Chair of the AIA Equity in Architecture Commission. She is the 2018-2020 Director at-large for the AIA Board of…

Arrowstreet Presenting at AIA ’18

This year, Arrowstreet has six staff members presenting at the AIA ’18 Conference on Architecture in New York City. Be sure to check out their sessions! Share Your Voice: Guides for the Future of Equitable Practice (EV204) June 20 | 800am – 12:00pm Featuring: Nicole Martineau AIA Are you interested in building a more equitable workplace, but unsure of how…

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Getting More Good Women into B/A/D Companies

While the architecture and construction industry has been historically male, many companies are achieving workforce gender parity like Arrowstreet, but there is always room for progress. Last month, a community of builders, architects, and designers took on this long-standing, relevant topic: How to develop and retain talented women in the design and construction community through workplace culture and mentoring. I…

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