Emily Grandstaff-Rice will Host Grassroots 2022: An AIA Leadership Event

Arrowstreet Senior Associate, Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA will be hosting The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Grassroots 2022 event on February 22-24. This virtual event will focus on premier leadership training for AIA Chapter leaders. Topics will range from leveraging the power of community to promote equity, and sustainability, to design decisions that ultimately benefit our world. Discussions of change management,…

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The Pursuit and Promise of Equity in Architecture For Black architects, this Is a moment of energy, hope, and caution. Will change happen?

Arrowstreet cares deeply about ensuring equity in our practices. Our very own, Emily Grandstaff-Rice, Senior Associate, carries this message through in the below feature by Architect Magazine. “When Grandstaff-Rice presented the AIA Equity in Architecture Commission’s priorities in 2017, some people expressed shock at the amount of work the recommendations required. They believed a solution could be had via K-12…

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Kate Bubriski speak at Getting to Zero Twitter Chat: Engaging the Next Generation to Achieve our Climate Goals

Arrowstreet Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, AIA, will be speaking at Getting to Zero Twitter Chat: Engaging the Next Generation to Achieve our Climate Goals on September 20, 2021. As we witness more of the direct effects of climate change, it has become evident that reducing carbon emissions from the built environment must be a multigenerational effort. With…

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice is a Panelist at TORCH Panel 4 – Equity Redux: Changemakers

Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA, 2023 AIA National President-elect, Senior Associate at Arrowstreet will be a panelist at AIA New York TORCH Panel 4 – Equity Redux: Changemakers on September 14, 2021, at 6:00 pm. Join Emily and the TORCH Mentorship Program as they spotlight changemakers reshaping the profession and leading conversations around diversity, equity, and justice at both the grassroots and…

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Gabriela Baierle is a Panelist at Leadership Across Generations: A WIA Connecticut Leadership & Equity Summit

Arrowstreet Associate Gabriela Baierle is a panelist at the second annual Leadership and Equity Summit. She will be joining a group of nationally recognized and forward-thinking architects, business strategists, and thought leaders to lead a conversation on the future of practice. This event aims to build equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in our firms, our profession, and our communities. Action…

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Amy Korté Speaks on NEREJ Panel “Women Breaking Barriers in Diversification”

Arrowstreet President Amy Korté will be joining a virtual panel discussion on September 15th with fellow female thought-leaders in the real estate industry to discuss and share their experiences on how they’ve broken down barriers in diversification. To learn more and to register, click here.

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Anna Vaivoda Awarded 2020 CREW Educational Foundation Scholarship

Congratulations to Arrowstreet Interior Designer, Anna Vaivoda, on being a recipient of the CREW Boston Educational Foundation 2020 Scholarship! The CREW Boston Educational Foundation, established in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation of CREW Boston, is a fund that supports the CREW Boston Educational Foundation Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a female student entering her junior or senior year…

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Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence

Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice will be facilitating the BSA’s Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence, PT. 1 on Tuesday, 6/30 and PT. 2 on Tuesday, 7/14. This session will be equal parts presentation and discussion, and is the first of two sessions on Intercultural Competence. Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence, Part 2, will take place on Tuesday, July 14….

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Each One Makes: Hands-On Design Activities Inspired by International Women’s Day

Join us to explore interior design, landscape design, engineering and architecture through hands-on making and take home your designs to inspire your pathway to a design career. Led by designers from the Women in Design (WID) community, children age five-14 are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day and the 2020 theme #EachforEqual as they explore, create, and design with professionals…

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