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2019 WIA Events

The WIA (Women in Architecture) is a subcommittee of the AIA Silicon Valley. Founded in 2015, the committee’s focus is on expanding equity, equality, and diversity in the profession of architecture. The WIA offers programs which empower and support women as they establish their professional identities, develop their career paths, and find their leadership direction. Gender serves as a gateway topic to addressing experiences of diversity - allowing a flexible and expansive focus on topics. These are addressed through our events as the committee members and event guests navigate their intersectional identities and the challenges of living and working in a complex socio-historic context, a dynamic economic and technological region, and a turbulent political climate.

The WIA is pleased to announce the 2019 events theme: Advocacy. The events will address topics in advocacy scaling from self-advocacy to advocacy for others and advocacy for the community. As the year progresses, conversations will explore how articulating experience and goals can impact individuals both professionally and personally. The ultimate goal of this year’s events is to promote a more diverse and equitable field by enhancing communication and empathy.

Join us at the events listed below to explore more about advocacy! Both members and non-members are welcome.

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Advocating for Self: A Workshop

  • Anderson Brulé Architects, Inc. 325 South First Street, 4th Floor San Jose, CA 95113 (map)
Megan Blaine, AIA

Megan Blaine, AIA

Angshu Pathak, AIA

Angshu Pathak, AIA

Advocating for Self: A Workshop
3/27 – 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Interested in advancing your career path, but having trouble advocating for yourself?

Megan Blaine AIA, Founding Principal of BLAINE architects, and Angshupriya Pathak AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager at Anderson Brulé Architects, will facilitate this interactive workshop to help define your past and future success through advocating for yourself.

Both Angshu and Megan are former Chairs of the Women in Architecture (WIA) Silicon Valley, and will share their experiences on self-advocacy techniques. 

Location:
Anderson Brulé Architects, Inc.
325 South First Street, 4th Floor
San Jose, CA 95113