Mind the Gap
Identify gaps in resilient systems and recovery trajectories, and step in to take action.
Communities' struggles with post-disaster reconstruction have pushed the resilience movement to the front lines. This session features emerging professionals who are leading post-disaster rebuilding and mitigation efforts around the country.
The conversation will:
Illuminate the broad range of opportunities you have before you to advance your career and your community.
Explore common and unforeseen gaps in resilient planning and recovery where architects are needed.
Consider successful examples of emerging professionals and discuss the leadership opportunities available today.
Learn how you can step in to make a powerful difference for communities nationwide.
- Emerging Professional will see how they can take on more leadership roles and impact change in their firms.
- Understand how getting involved in advocacy efforts within their AIA components can help impact their business.
- Identify how community engagement can have positive impacts on the resiliency of a neighborhood and region.
- Recognize how the word “resiliency” is relevant to architectural practice.
Associate Professor, NYC College of Technology
Founder, +Lab for experimentationAzaroff's +Lab for experimentation is a studio built on trans-disciplinary collaboration. A...
AIA, LEED BD+C
Sustainability Enabler, Eskew+Dumez+RippleJacob Dunn grew up in the Boise, Idaho in the Pacific Northwest (ASHRAE Climate Zone 5B) before...
Co-Chair, Operation Resilient Long Island (ORLI)Daniel is an architectural designer, currently pursuing licensure, with a strong interest in...
AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Project Manager/Architect, Gensler
NY Regional Director, AIA National Strategic CouncilJessica Sheridan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is an Architect and Project Manager at Gensler, where she...