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Saturday, October 18 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Meaning and Influence Knowledge Session

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In the Meaning and Influence Knowledge Session, we will explore the opportune juncture we have in the architectural profession; the moment to be an agent of positive change. With the potential of digital revolution and changing values and viewpoints, it is our chance to evaluate traditional models of practice with new ideas that promote and elevate the Value of Design; partnerships with clients, integrated delivery with multidisciplinary teams, recapturing talent with diverse skills and increased engagement in the workplace. Re-designing Architectural practice to be inspiring, stimulating and gratifying is the best way to increase job satisfaction, prevent additional loss of talent, and support generational renewal.


Moderators
avatar for Lilian Asperin Clyman AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Lilian Asperin Clyman AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Co-Chair, The Missing 32% Project
Lilian is a Practice Leader and licensed Architect interested in being part of a multi-disciplinary design environment that embodies a culture of collaboration, is connected to the community, takes risks and fosters talent. Her passion is to lead Process and build teams that achieve aspirational outcomes, while developing and maintaining synergistic relationships with leaders in the architectural and education community. On March 2013, Lilian... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA

Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA

Associate, Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
Emily has shown exceptional leadership in her commitment to sustainable design and construction projects at C7A. She has recently been involved in a number of museum, aquarium, and academic projects. A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Harvard University, Ms. Grandstaff-Rice was the recipient of the 2008 AIA Young Architects Award, and she is actively involved in the architecture industry at large, serving on several committees... Read More →
avatar for Amy Eliot AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Amy Eliot AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Principal, Dilworth Eliot
Amy enjoys working in an expansive set of markets and project types ranging from strategic planning to the most detailed interiors. She has substantial expertise working with institutional, public, and non-profit clients, enhanced by a diverse portfolio of work that includes cultural arts facilities, corporate interiors and multifamily residential work. She has provided leadership to a number of diverse academic and public works projects... Read More →
avatar for Karen Liu Staubach

Karen Liu Staubach

Real Estate Project Executive, Google
Karen joined Google as a Real Estate Project Executive last year, leading the design and construction of multiple real estate projects, including YouTube's new campus in San Bruno.  She has been in the building industry for the past 10 years, working both in architecture and real estate development.  Most recently she spent 2 years in Shanghai developing hotels in China for Hilton Worldwide.  Karen holds her B.S. in... Read More →


Saturday October 18, 2014 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Lecture Hall 800 Chestnut Street

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