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2020 Fall Emerging Leaders Program is open for applications

 BEVERLY WILLIS ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAM

Begun in 2017, the BWAF Emerging Leaders program is a New York-based, selective professional development opportunity for women 5-10 years out of school. In small group format, (maximum of 20 selected participants) invitees engage with significant senior women in architecture, engineering, construction, real estate, law, and financial services to advance their own career goals. Participants share common experiences and trade personal strategies for success.

2020 Fall Sessions:

Applications are now open:

Please download and complete the Emerging Leaders Nomination Form
and email it to amcnamara@bwaf.org

Deadline for applications: Friday, October 2.


DETERMINATION: 
 

Speaker

Juliet Hernandez-Eli

Founding Partner, Hernandez-Eli

Possibly the single most significant facet in every leader’s success story, determination is nevertheless difficult to sustain against the odds. Gain insights with Juliet Hernandez, Founding Partner of Hernandez-Eli.

When: October 13, 2020

Virtual session


DESIGN
 

Speaker

Pat Bosch

Design Director and Principal, Perkins+Will
 
Explore the challenges and rewards of collaboratively pursuing good design, and the importance of undertaking responsible research involving multiple perspectives and customs, with Pat Bosch, Design Director and Principal at Perkins+Will.
 

When: November 12, 2020

Virtual session


PROFIT
 

Speaker

Frances Bronet

Principal at Pratt Institute

Disruption always creates new connections. But taking the leap into disrupting your own trajectory for the better takes courage and confidence. Learn with Frances Bronet, architect, and President of Pratt Institute.

When: December 3, 2020

Virtual session


ALL SESSIONS 6:30-7:30PM

Total program cost: $200

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