A design leadership experience for social equity
a design leadership
I see the role of the architect less as an outside expert designing for a community, but more as stewarding the community through a process of identifying their needs and goals to bring a design to fruition. I have learned tools to put empathy into action, and to build empathy in the first place.
- 2018 Fellow
We are building public interest design knowledge through interactive workshops and hands-on field experience. This program is grounded in the values of inclusion, access, co-creation, equity, diversity, justice and reciprocity.
Join our Pathways to Equity Virtual Program this Fall
Pathways to Equity (P2E) Virtual is a 10 week online interactive program designed to introduce you to methods for equity in practice, historical and systemic racism within the built environment, self-reflective and community building practices, and strategies for community engagement.
We believe equity* starts with belonging. With P2E, you will learn inclusionary and proactive processes such as active listening, engaged research, personal self-reflection, restorative justice, trauma-informed practices, and responsive iteration towards social impact design methods.
Knowledge is power! [Pathways to Equity] provides context, vocabulary and tools for designers to work more equitably with communities. - 2018 Fellow
2020 Fellowship Applications Now Open!
Thank you for showing interest in the fellowship. We hope to see your application by the deadline of Dec. 13th at 9pm PST.
We are looking for early and mid-career professionals working in any fields that impact the built environment who are looking to learn more about equitable practices.