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3/24/22, 10am - Friday, 3/25, 2pm
2050 M Street

To achieve greater representation of women in architecture, engineering and construction, the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) is hosting its twelfth Industry Leaders Roundtable, March 24 – 25, near Dupont Circle in Washington D.C.

Bringing together dynamic thought leaders from varied fields, the event will highlight how the full integration of women into the workplace produces firm-wide benefits, including expanded markets, improved recruitment, and retention of key talent. The speakers will share research, information, and action-oriented programs for design, architecture, human resources, academic, and other professional attendees. Takeaways include targeted plans to advance cultural change for a greater representation of women in the AEC industries.

Among the event’s forward thinking panelists in psychology, sociology, law, architecture, and engineering are keynote speaker, Stephanie Duncan of Stonebridge Associates, along with session moderators and panelists Bolanle Williams-Olley of Mancini Duffy, Angelica Baccon of SHoP Architects, Julie Kantor, PhD, PJ Kantor Consulting, and others. Networking meals and a museum tour will provide further opportunities for discussion and collaboration.

Who:    The Beverly Willis Architecture FoundationWhat:   2022 BWAF Industry Leaders Roundtable RetreatWhen:  March 24, 10 a.m. – 5:15 p.m., plus 7 p.m. cocktails/dinner; March 25, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.Where: 2050 M Street, Washington D.C.

Event registration:

To arrange interviews and for other assets, contact Chris Sullivan,, 914-462-2096 mobile or Karen Maserjian Shan,

About BWAFThe Beverly Willis Architectural Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to recognizing and advancing the recognition of women’s contributions to architecture. BWAF both commissions and curates research that pertains to women working at all levels within all fields of practice including architecture, engineering, construction, design, landscape, preservation, and planning. In 2017, BWAF launched the award-winning website of Pioneering Women of American Architecture, preserving the legacies of historically significant women born before 1940, who contributed to creating the American built environment between 1880 and 1980.

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The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation
3/24/22, 10am - Friday, 3/25, 2pm
2050 M Street
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