9 Women Who Are Rocking Public Interest Design

9 Women Who Are Rocking Public Interest Design

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9 Women Who Are Rocking Public Interest Design.

Inspiring article on Architizer about the women who are changing the world through public interest design. From teaching young girls to weld, to designing prisons and working in impoverished settlements. I will definitely be exploring their work and finding out more about why and how they do it. Keep an eye on this space!
Emily Pilloton: Founder and Executive Director of Project H Design
Julia King: Sanitation specialist working in India’s informal settlements and the Architecture Journal’s 2014 Emerging Woman Architect of the Year
Erin McGurn: Co-Founder & Executive Director of SCALEAfrica
Liz Ogbu: Social design innovator and consultant who tackles “wicked social problems”
Marika Shioiri-Clark: Co-founder of MASS Design Group and Principal at SOSHL Studio
Emilie Taylor: Senior Program Coordinator and Design/Build Manager at Tulane City Center
Chelina Odbert: Co-founder and Executive Director of Kounkuey Design Initiative
Deanna VanBuren: Principal and Design Director of FOURM Design Studio and 2013 Loeb Fellow at Harvard GSD
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