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Saturday, October 18 • 9:10am - 9:55am
Hiring and Retention: Knowledge Session Panel

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While nearly half of today’s graduates from architecture programs are women, females make up only 25% of practitioners, and 17% of partners or principals in architecture firms. In the Hiring & Retention portion of the symposium, we will examine data on the initial employment and retention of architectural professionals as it relates to gender equity. We will highlight “pinch points” around major career and life milestones at which women have an increased likelihood of leaving a firm, and will introduce best practices for individual practitioners, firms, and policy makers seeking to mitigate the impacts of these pinch points.


Moderators
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Annelise Pitts

Designer, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Annelise is a designer at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and an integral part of the Core Group for The Missing 32% Project and the Equity in Architecture Survey conducted in early 2014. In addition to interfacing with the research team during the analysis of the survey data, Annelise is also surving as a the lead for the Hiring and Retention Knowledge Group. She holds a M. Arch from the University of Virginia and a BA in art history from the University... Read More →

Speakers
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Aidan Hughes, LEED AP

Principal/Group Leader, ARUP
Aidan leads the North Americas Planning Practice for Arup. Aidan joined Arup in 1986. He worked on major urban development and transport projects in the UK and Australia, before leading the firm’s expansion in the US in 2000 as a founding member of the San Francisco transport and infrastructure team. He led Arup’s Planning and Consulting practice in the Americas from 2004 to 2013 and served on Arup’s Americas Board from... Read More →
avatar for Cary Bernstein AIA, LEED AP, CGBP

Cary Bernstein AIA, LEED AP, CGBP

Principal, Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary graduated from Dartmouth College in 1984 with a B.A. in Philosophy and Russian Literature. She received an M.Arch. from the Yale School of Architecture in 1988. Cary practiced in New York for 6 years prior to opening her San Francisco office in 1995. Work includes residential, commercial, arts related and health care commissions in California, New York, Moscow, Russia and Taipei, Taiwan. The firm's projects have won numerous... Read More →
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Mary Breuer

Principal, Breuer Consulting Group
On a daily basis, Mary applies what she has learned from a multi-decade career in the world of design, construction and real estate where she sat on both sides of the table...as both owner and service provider. As she points out: "One of the virtues of having been around for awhile is that you get perspective." Though she was educated in architecture and urban planning, she has developed on-the-job knowledge of a wider range of competencies... Read More →
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cathy simon

Design Principal, Perkins & Will
A design principal based in the San Francisco office of Perkins+Will, Cathy has led the design of diverse projects, from mixed-use buildings to civic institutions, from numerous higher education commissions to large-scale urban design projects. Simon’s award-winning practice is focused on urbanization, campuses and adaptive reuse, such as the conversion of the iconic San Francisco Ferry Building from a disused transit... Read More →


Saturday October 18, 2014 9:10am - 9:55am
Lecture Hall 800 Chestnut Street

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