Whitney M. Young Jr. 2020 Award Recipient Gabrielle Bullock, FAIA: A Path to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Architecture


A consummate innovator in areas of equity and inclusion, Gabrielle Bullock, FAIA, has forged a new path for the future of the profession. Her voice as a leader has reverberated throughout her firm and the design community, leading to palpable changes and the realization that a more just and equitable profession is within reach.


In this exclusive interview, Gabrielle shares what it means to be the 2020 Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award recipient, and her professional dedication to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion fostering change to transform the practice of architecture and our relationship with the built environment at large.


Learning objectives

  • Learn about Gabrielle Bullock’s approach to elevate and broaden a culture of diversity and inclusion in professional practice.
  • Identify the ways in which Gabrielle Bullock leads the design profession toward more equitable practices, expand the pipeline for underrepresented groups, and influence broader society by tackling issues of equity and inclusion through impactful work.
  • Explore how Bullock’s vision influences the process of projects such as Destination Crenshaw, an open-air museum that celebrates the local story of the African American community in Los Angeles.
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