Individually, we can all make a difference to choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequity. From challenge comes change, so we’ll be coming together at our annual International Women’s Day breakfast on Friday 5 March to #ChooseToChallenge.
Join us virtually for breakfast along with your own team to celebrate the achievements of women in architecture while choosing to challenge. This special event will be hosted by Laura Cockburn, NSW Chapter President, and feature a keynote address from Dr Noni Boyd, winner of 2020 Marion Mahony Griffin Prize
. Noni will be introduced by Abbie Galvin, Government Architect NSW and 2019 Marion Mahony Griffin Prize winner. The event will also include a discussion led by a panel of eminent previous winners including Helen Lochhead, Justine Clark and Jocelyn Jackson.
Choose your Challenge! Strike the #ChooseToChallenge pose
and share your 1-line commitment to challenge inequality, call out bias, question stereotypes, and address gender inequity. Tag us on Instagram @architecturensw
to be reposted, or reach out to email@example.com
to be featured at the event.
DR NONI BOYD
Dr Noni Boyd is an architectural historian and heritage specialist with a long career researching, documenting and demonstrating the value of architecture and heritage, and helping professionals and lay people alike to understand the deeper significance of architecture, place and Country.
This event is free.
Check in, local breakfast setup and live engagement will occur from 7.45am AEDT. We will kick off with host Laura Cockburn at 8.00am, followed by keynote presentation by Dr Noni Boyd introduced by Abbie Galvin. We will then wrap-up by 9.00am.