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Thursday, October 15 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Vortex: African-American Women Architects in Practice LIMITED

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Vortex has been the catalyst for much of the recent increase in the number of African American Women licensed to practice architecture in recent years. This session will provide a glimpse of the profession through the eyes of practitioners from a wide range of practice environments. This session will investigate the recent achievements of African American women and other minority women in architecture and their impact on the broader environment. The session will also highlight the positive impacts resulting from increased gender and cultural diversity within architecture firms.

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Dixon

Kathy Dixon

Principal, K. Dixon Architecture, PLLC
Ms. Dixon is a licensed architect with more than 22 years of experience involving various building types and facilities. She has been involved in every stage of the construction process and has experience in educational, commercial, residential and government projects. A graduate of Howard University’s School of Architecture, Ms. Dixon continued her secondary education at UCLA, matriculating with a Master’s degree in Urban Planning, with a... Read More →
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Nea Maloo

Nea Maloo is educator and practicing Architect. Teaching helps the practice and brings innovation in all designs and construction. The firm prides themselves in doing all exterior and interior works to all the projects. | | As Chief Designer, Nea inspires her project teams with a strong commitment to thoughtful modern architecture that explores spatial, material and visual experience. After careful examination of the unique characteristics... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Williams

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, editing the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) magazine, and on several non-profit boards. Katherine graduated from Howard University. She is a... Read More →


Thursday October 15, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm
05 - First Floor Gallery Sheraton Hotel
  • CEU Hours 1.5
  • HSW/LU LU