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Thursday, October 15 • 2:20pm - 3:50pm
EJ + the Design Professions: Where are we Now? Where do we need to Go LIMITED

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This session will focus on a key social justice issue, environmental justice. Environmental justice is about more than ‘toxic waste and race’. There is an exciting narrative that reveals environmental justice is a forward, thinking sustainable approach. Practitioners will discuss how their disciplines/careers intersect with environmental justice. Learn how stewards of the built environment (planners; designers; landscape architects; etc.) are advancing environmental justice as well as making a visible difference within communities.


Kofi Boone

Associate Professor, NCSU College of Design
Kofi Boone is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at NC State University, College of Design. He is a Faculty Fellow of the Institute for Emerging Issues, a member of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers, and serves as Co-Director of the College of Design’s Ghana Study... Read More →
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Carlton Eley

Senior Environmental Protection Specialist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Carlton Eley is an environmentalist, urban planner, and lecturer. He has ten years experience advancing projects targeting environmental justice and sustainable urban policy, and he is EPA’s leading expert on the topic of equitable development. Carlton is credited for elevating... Read More →
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Katherine Williams

Katherine Williams is a licensed architect in Virginia. She was formerly a Project Manager and Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow at the San Francisco Housing Development Corporation. She has served in numerous positions including the AIA Housing Knowledge Community advisory group... Read More →

Thursday October 15, 2015 2:20pm - 3:50pm
05 - First Floor Gallery Sheraton Hotel
  • CEU Hours 1.5