Career profiles of architecture students, emerging professionals, educators, and practitioners are a wonderful resource for personal stories.
Some profiles highlight the traditional path of an architect within a private architecture firm, while others describe related settings in which an architect might work—corporations, government agencies, and education and research.
Be sure to return as new profiles will be added over time.
ADDITIONAL CAREER PROFILE RESOURCES:
ARCHStories - a compilation of stories from architects about their licensure story.
Great Designer Library - serves as a resource to the profession as well as a platform of elevation of Diverse Designers
Madame Architect - platform celebrating women in architecture from different generations, countries, and corners of the industry.
Urban Planning Degree - Have you ever thought about becoming an urban planner? Many people do not understand what, exactly, urban planners do and what the job of an urban planner is focused on.
NASCENT PRACTICE MODELS FOR SOCIAL IMPACT: Katherine Darnstadt, AIA
DESIGN FOR PEOPLE: Anna Kissell
DARING TO LEAD: Shannon Kraus, FAIA, ACHA, MBA
PAST IS PROLOGUE: Mary Katherine Lanzillotta, FAIA
THE JOURNEY IS THE DESTINATION: Kevin G. Sneed, FAIA, IIDA, NOMA, LEED AP BD + C
SUCCEEDING IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT: H. Alan Brangman, AIA
CITIZEN ARCHITECT: Amanda Harrell-Seyburn, Associate AIA
ARCHITECT – CONNECTOR – CHANGE AGENT: – Kimberly Dowdell, AIA, NOMA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
ADAPT GROW PROSPER: – Joseph Nickol, AICP, LEED AP BD + C
PINCH ME! – Megan Chusid, AIA
CREATIVE CAREER TRANSFORMATION: – Eric Taylor, Associate AIA
THEORIZING ARCHITECTURE: – Karen Cordes Spence, Ph.D.
PERCEPTION ARCHITECT: – Ashley Wood Clark, Associate AIA, LEED AP, SMPS
SHAPING OUR BUILDINGS: - Leigh Stringer, LEEP AP, Managing Principal, EYP