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In Pursuit of an Equitable Workplace

April 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Firms are striving for equity and inclusion in the workplace for many reasons: to ensure a sense of belonging for their employees, to attract talent that expands the firm’s offerings, and to compete in a marketplace that demands inclusivity. What certifications or frameworks should leadership pursue? How does accountability factor in months or years after goals have been set? Is tracking and reporting cumbersome to the work?

AFO’s panel of experienced leaders will discuss the implications for architecture firms exploring these questions. We will specifically focus on JUST, B-Corp, and the NOMA PDX Call to Action, including stories of realities versus expectations, challenges and benefits, and key learnings.

Hosted at PAE’s Living Building, this discussion is not to be missed!

Panelists:

  • Rebecca Goldcrump (she/her), CEO, The Impact Collective
  • Lisa Sato (she/her) OAA, NOMA, Project Designer, Carleton Hart Architecture
  • Abby Dacey (she/her) AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, Mahlum Architects
  • Moderated by Hannah Silver (she/her) WELL AP, LEED AP Homes, EcoDistricts AP, Fitwel Ambassador, Inclusive Design Facilitator, Holst Architecture

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In Pursuit of an Equitable Workplace
Tuesday, April 30, 5:30-7:00pm
PAE Living Building
151 SW 1st Ave, Portland, 97204

This event is free to AFO members including current Architects in Schools volunteers. Discounted $10 tickets are available for non-members.

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Details

Date:
April 30
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Website:
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Organizer

Susan Myers
Phone
503-542-3824
Email
susan@af-oregon.org

Venue

PAE Living Building
151 SW 1st Ave
Portland, Oregon 97204 United States
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Accessibility Information

COVID: While we will not require masks at the event, we welcome any precautions that support our attendees.

Accessibility: There are ADA-accessible restrooms. The building is within 5 minutes walking distance of public transporation. For parking, there is an adjacent parking lot and paid street parking is available around the building.