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Saturday, October 18 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
GD1: Innovating Licensure: Creating a new Value Proposition for Architects

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A critical part of the equity equation hinges upon the complex process and costs for obtaining Licensure compounded further by the erosion of real and perceived incentives. NCARB by Numbers 2014 provides a glimpse at where the pinch points occur. Our early survey results indicate that beyond pragmatic challenges with the licensure process over the last 15 years, the crux of the problem lies in the current lack of a clear Value Proposition for becoming a licensed architect. For some there is a sense that the process is insurmountable, while others practice award winning architecture under the licenses of their firms with no real incentives to go through the process. In what ways is the current process changing? What is still not working and how do we fix it?  Come prepared to brainstorm new models of valuing licensed professional and equitable paradigms for achieving it. How can we as individuals, firms and the profession provide immediate as well as long term incentives clear to the unlicensed and emerging professionals?

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Ashley Hinton

Architect, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Ashley leads by example as a part of a new generation of millennial young architects. As the youngest licensed Architect at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Ashley completed her IDP hours and the ARE Examinations 2 years and 3 months after earning her professional degree from Rice University. As part of Rice's Preceptor Program, Ashley spent a year working at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. She also had several internships during her undergraduate years at... Read More →

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Martin Smith, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Assoc.

Assistant Director, Experience + Education, NCARB
Martin Smith’s position with NCARB supports and guides NCARB’s programs as they continue to evolve with the architecture profession. | | Smith has 10 years of architectural design and construction management experience. He has worked for architectural firms in New York City and New Canaan, CT. His projects varied from single and multi-family residential projects to commercial and university buildings, with an expertise in adaptive... Read More →
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Anne Torney, AIA

Partner, Mithun
Anne Torney is an architect who has made transit-oriented affordable housing, urban place-making and social equity the focus of her work for more than 20 years. She is a Board member at Mithun, and manager of the Mithun's San Francisco office. Prior to joining Mithun, Anne was Principal and Director of Housing at the multi-disciplinary San-Francisco-based architectural design firm Daniel Solomon Design Partners, where she has led... Read More →

Saturday October 18, 2014 1:00pm - 1:50pm

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