As a former international student, I know first-hand what it is like to try and make sense of the licensing process for architects in light of visas, paperwork and protocol. This is why I wrote this piece.
I recently had the chance to interview Peter Kuttner and Tim Love of the BSA for the College of Fellows Newsletter.
I was recently featured on the NCARB website by the AIA Young Architects Forum. Read the piece here: The Value of Volunteer Leadership Early in Your Career
I don’t know that I have a formed opinion on the legality or ethical concerns over moonlighting, as in “working on something else on the side”.
I have been a fortunate beneficiary of mentoring for all my life. It certainly started with my parents, aunts and other relatives. It continued on to teachers, coaches, and family friends. It progressed to professors, employers, coworkers, podcast hosts, authors, colleagues, friends, and peers. Below is my attempt to list a few aspects related to mentorship …
If you know me, you know I care about mentorship. Here’s why: as a young professional (and generally as a person), I’ve been fortunate to have mentors throughout school, my first internship, and now as an architect. But I also know enough people who haven’t been as prosperous as I have in finding mentorship in their office, …
I wish clients knew that we actually give it a lot of thought.
Attending the A’17 conference was an incredible opportunity. I was fortunate to be chosen as one of the 2017 recipients of the Fellowship for Emerging Leaders by the College of Fellows Class of 2013, and received support by the AIA as a contributing journalist to its e-publications, the College of Fellows Newsletter and the YAF CONNECTION magazine.
I am excited to share my profile as featured on the People+Projects section of the Boston Society of Architects website.
This is my first piece for the College of Fellows Newsletter, and our intent was to feature the recently issued executive summary by the AIA Equity in Architecture Commission.
It was a pleasure getting to know Gerhard van der Linde through this piece, as well as what the BSA Committee on Homelessness is creating in our community. His perspective on advocacy and advice to students and young architects are inspiring.
Academic team meeting at @arrowstreet, learning about student programming sessions. Have I mentioned I love my job lately? #architecture #arrowstreet #boston #archinerd #design #schools
It may be overkill to say I am passionate about architectural education. With this piece, I moderated a discussion between two educators I admire in the Boston area: Beth Lundell-Garver, who is the Director of Foundation Instructor in Practice at the BAC, and Dina El-Zanfaly, PhD Candidate in Design and Computation at MIT and my colleague …
This is my first article for the YAF CONNECTION, an AIA e-magazine.