“A Blueprint for Women Architects to Overcome Doubt, Discrimination”

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California women leaning in: Haley Gipe, Darden Architects; Evelyn Lee, MKThink; Phoebe Schenker, EHDD; Liz Ogbu, Center for Art & Public Life, CCA; Chelsea Johnson, David Baker + Partners; Adrianne Steichen, Pyatok Architects; Leigh Christy, Perkins + Will; Allison Albericci, SOM; Kati Rubinyi, The Planning Center. And the author, Mia Scharphie, formerly of Public Architecture, now at the Harvard GSD

California women leaning in: Haley Gipe, Darden Architects; Evelyn Lee, MKThink; Phoebe Schenker, EHDD; Liz Ogbu, Center for Art & Public Life, CCA; Chelsea Johnson, David Baker + Partners; Adrianne Steichen, Pyatok Architects; Leigh Christy, Perkins + Will; Allison Albericci, SOM; Kati Rubinyi, The Planning Center. And the author, Mia Scharphie, formerly of Public Architecture, now at the Harvard GSD

“Patterns of self-doubt are culturally ingrained from an early age, and are incredibly pervasive among female designers . . . . The everyday patterns of behavior women fall into have insidious and far-reaching consequences. When we undervalue our work and our worth, the people around us don’t see it either.” An insightful essay by Mia Scharphie in The Christian Science Monitor.

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    SM

    “The everyday patterns of behavior women fall into have insidious and far-reaching consequences.”

    What does this mean?? Not sure we are still in an age where we have to talk about patterns of female behavior being insidious!!?

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