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2020-09-16 18:30:002020-09-16 20:00:00America/New_YorkAIANY Women in Architecture Committee Meeting*This meeting will take place as a conference call.* Join this meeting from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android through the link: https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1494655216 Please join the AIANY Women In Architecture Committee for a special event, “In Dialogue With…A Conversation Between Two Friends about Race” at our September monthly committee meeting. After our regular announcements, Rosalind Tsang, AIANY WIA Committee Advisory Board Member and Gaylin M. Bowie, Associate/Senior Project Manager
Center for Architecture
Sep 16, 2020
9/16/20, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
*This meeting will take place as a conference call.*
Please join the AIANY Women In Architecture Committee for a special event, “In Dialogue With…A Conversation Between Two Friends about Race” at our September monthly committee meeting. After our regular announcements, Rosalind Tsang, AIANY WIA Committee Advisory Board Member and Gaylin M. Bowie, Associate/Senior Project Manager at Robert A. M. Stern Architects, will have a candid conversation about race. Rosalind, who is Chinese-Canadian and Gaylin, who is Caribbean-American will discuss how race has played a part in their lives. They will discuss the point of discovery when they first became aware of race at a young age, their journey and navigation in their professional and personal lives, how race has influenced how they see the world, and lastly, the next steps for what they envision for the future. This will be followed by an open discussion with all attendees.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN US! We look forward to seeing you and thank you in advance for your participation and support.
Vivian Lee and Kerry Nolan
AIANY WIA Committee Co-Chairs
About the speakers:
Rosalind Tsang, AIA, LEED GA, is an experienced and respected Architect, Designer and Project Manager. Design and technical excellence for spaces where individuals and communities can thrive has long been her passion. She values a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach, environmental focus, and building relationships with people and stakeholders. Formerly a Senior Associate at RAMSA, she has led teams in the design of complex Mixed-use, Multi-family Residential, Hospitality and Commercial developments across the US, China, Taiwan, and India. In addition to New York, she has lived and worked in Canada and Hong Kong. As an Advisory Board member of the AIA New York Women in Architecture committee Rosalind promotes women in leadership, mentorship, and diversity and inclusion within the architecture and design community. Rosalind received her Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, Canada. She is a member of the AIA, a LEED Green Associate and a Registered Architect in the State of New York. With family in Asia, Europe, North and South America, Rosalind loves to travel and be inspired by international cultures, landscapes and cities.
Gaylin M. Bowie, NOMA, is an Associate and Senior Project Manager at Robert A. M. Stern Architects, a leading design firm that has established an international reputation for experience in a broad range of project types – with a commitment to quality of design and a particular attention to detail. She specializes in complex Mixed-use developments, Multi-family Residential, Hospitality and Civic work. She served as project manager for RAMSA’s Product Design and holds a joint-patent for a site lighting design with Landscape Forms. Gaylin is committed to making ‘the face of architecture’ one that is more inclusive and diverse and so serves as a Staffing Coordinator as well as an Advisory Board Member to RAMSA’s newly formed Diversity and Inclusion Committee. As a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, she credits her alma mater for giving austere thought-provoking critiques, stressing the importance of the arts and providing a ‘stage’ for open dialogue. Gaylin is also a jewelry designer, and spoken-word artist.
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