The Architectural Intelligence Conference

AI.19 SPEAKERS

 

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CLOSING KEYNOTE

Julie Eizenberg, FAIA , RAIA
Founding Principal, KoningEizenberg Architecture
People Places: The Power of Emotional Intelligence

Antwi Akom, PhD.
Founding Director of Social Innovation & Urban Opportunity Lab, UCSF & SFSU
Co-Founder of Streetwyze
Creating Equitable Smart Cities of the Future: Planning for the people...by the people...and the power of collaboration

Sustainability

Panama Bartholomy
Director, Building Decarbonization Coalition
How Fracked is your Building?

Ann Edminster
Founder, Design AVEnues
 The Evolution of Residential ZNE: Past to Present, and Crystal Ball Gazing Into the Future

James Slattery
Construction and Demolition Debris Recovery Specialist
San Francisco’s Department of the Environment
Beyond Zero Waste Panel

Larry Strain, FAIA, LEED AP
Principal, Siegel & Strain Architects
Beyond Zero Waste Panel

Timonie Hood, LEED AP, TRUE Advisor
Zero Waste & Green Building Coordinator
U.S. EPA
Moderator for Beyond Zero Waste Panel

Barbra Batshalom
Executive Director
Sustainable Performance Institute
Road Map to Excellence: Institutionalizing Sustainability in Your Practice

EQUITY + LEADERSHIP

Shalini Agrawal
Co-Founder, Pathways to Equity
Make a Difference: Advancing A Community Design Practice

Dr. Carmen Simon, PhD
Author + Founder, Memzy
The Neuroscience of Engagement for Architects and the Design World

Julia Mandell
Co-Chair, Equity by Design
Architect, Wilson Associates
Voices, Values, Vision: Equitable Practice and the Future of Architecture

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Dennis Lanham 
Sr. Assistant Dean of Executive Education & Executive Director of the Silicon Valley Executive Center, Santa Clara University
Leading Teams in the Age of Disruption

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Mary Rubin
Senior Project Manager
San Jose Public Art Program
Public Art at the Forefront: Community-driven, Place-based Strategies

Shelley Trott
Director of Arts Strategy & Ventures for the
Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Public Art at the Forefront: Community-driven, Place-based Strategies

Jill Manton
Director of Public Art Trust and Special Initiatives
SF Arts Commission
Public Art at the Forefront: Community-driven, Place-based Strategies

Amy Ress
Executive Director, AIA Silicon Valley
Moderator for Public Art at the Forefront: Community-driven, Place-based Strategies

Scott Crawford
Principal, LMN Architects
What We've Discovered Along the Way: 10 Years of Intentional Technology Exploration

Eve Edelstein, M.Arch, PhD
Research Director, Human Experience Lab
Perkins + Will
The Psychology & Science Behind How People Experience Place

Chris Miller + Ann Swanberg
Co-Founders, LifePlays Applied Improv
Greenlighting the Relaxation Response: Intentional Improv for Releasing Your Creative Genius

 

AI.19 PROGRAM

While the conference offers three spectacular session tracks in sustainability, equity + leadership, and innovation, registrants are not limited to attending a single track throughout the day, and may enjoy attending sessions of their choice freely. 

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Approved for 6 HSW / LU Credits

Overall Conference Learning Objectives:

  1. Assess the ethics of designing urban environments and learn how our profession can bring positive change to diverse communities and disadvantaged individuals.

  2. Identify the value of human-centered design and innovative building systems, that focus on creating healthy spaces that have a positive emotional, psychological and physical impact on the user along with increased occupant comfort and air quality in the building.

  3. Incorporate state-of-the-art practices to improve sustainability results that meet California’s cutting edge performance, natural resource protection, wellness, zero waste and net zero energy targets.

  4. Recognize and address issues of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in architectural practice.

To learn more about session details, including learning objectives, click on the session titles. Or, click on speaker names to visit speaker biography pages.

AI.19 SCHEDULE:

 

7:00a - 8:00a

Registration and Continental Breakfast with Coffee + Tea


 

8:00a - 8:15a

Conference Opening Remarks

Room A

 

8:15a - 9:15a

Room A


 

9:15a - 9:30a

Vendor Fair Transition + Coffee Break


 

9:30a - 10:30a

SUSTAINABILITY: Panel - “Beyond Zero Waste”
James Slattery | San Francisco Department of the Environment
Timonie Hood, LEED AP | Zero Waste & Green Building Coordinator, U.S. EPA
Larry Strain, FAIA, LEED AP | Principal, Siegel & Strain Architects

Room B


 

10:30a - 11:15a

Vendor Fair + Coffee Break


 

11:15a - 12:15p

SUSTAINABILITY: Road Map to Excellence: Institutionalizing Sustainability in Your Practice
Barbra Batshalom | Executive Director, Sustainable Performance Institute

Room B

 

EQUITY + LEADERSHIP: Voices, Values, Vision: Equitable Practice and the Future of Architecture
Julia Mandell, AIA LEED AP | Co-Chair, Equity by Design; Architect, Wilson Associates

Room C

 

Room A


 

12:15p - 1:00p

Vendor Fair + Lunch provided


 

1:00p - 2:00p

SUSTAINABILITY: How Fracked is Your Building?
Panama Bartholomy | Building Decarbonization Coalition

Room B

 

EQUITY + LEADERSHIP: Make a Difference: Advancing a Community Design Practice
Shalini Agrawal | Co-founder, Pathways to Equity

Room C

 

INNOVATION: Public Art at the Forefront: Community-Driven, Place-Based Strategies
Jill Manton | Director of Public Art Trust and Special Initiatives, San Francisco Arts Commission
Shelley Trott | Director of Arts Strategy & Ventures, Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Mary Rubin | Senior Project Manager, San Jose Public Art Program
Amy Ress | Executive Director, AIA Silicon Valley

Room A


 

2:00p - 2:30p

Vendor Fair + Raffle + Coffee & Dessert


 

EQUITY + LEADERSHIP: Leading Teams in the Age of Disruption
Dennis Lanham | Sr. Assistant Dean of Executive Education & Executive Director of the Silicon Valley Executive Center, Santa Clara University

Room C


 

3:30p - 3:45p

Vendor Fair + Transition


 

3:45p - 4:00p

Closing Remarks

Room A

 

4:00p - 5:00p

Closing Keynote: Creating Equitable Smart Cities of the Future: Planning for the People...by the People...and the Power of Collaboration
Antwi Akom, PhD
Founding Director of Social Innovation & Urban Opportunity Lab, UCSF & SFSU
Co-Founder of Streetwyze

Room A


 

5:00p - 7:00p

Happy Hour: Join us for a free drink at The Fountainhead in SoFA Market

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