Event WiA Conversation with TxA President-Elect, Eva Read-Warren, AIA

November 9, 2021 - 5:00pm

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Get to know TxA President-Elect, Eva Read-Warren, AIA.
Join us for a virtual conversation and Q&A.
 

Eva Read-Warren, AIA
Texas Society of Architects 
2021 President-Elect

Eva Read-Warren, AIA, graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University in 1988. After graduation, Eva moved to Philadelphia where she worked for Mitchell/Giurgola Architects. While there, Eva worked on large public projects, as well as smaller private projects. After leaving Philadelphia, she moved with her husband to New Mexico, where her project experience included health care, commercial, and numerous educational projects.

Eva is a registered architect (#15353 TX) and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. As a Principal of The Arkitex Studio, Eva has managed commercial, public sector work and residential. She has a passion for projects that serve the community. Eva has served as President of the Brazos Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 2000 and 2011 and as Chapter Director in 2018. Currently, Eva is President-Elect of the Texas Society of Architects. She also acts as a Commissioner on the City of Bryan Historic Landmark Commission.

 

The 2021 TxA President Elect, Eva Read-Warden will visit AIA Austin to report on the current interests and concerns of the state organization. Eva will communicate the value of membership and how member involvement can elevate the local component. There will be an open dialogue on programs and events happening at the State and National level and an opportunity for members to ask the President-Elect for her goals and objectives as TxA President in 2022.  

Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize the history and historical concerns of the organization, its associated organizations, and its current concerns and issues, with a particular focus on movements being made for equity, diversity and inclusion.
  2. 
Provide a forum for members to bring issues to practice in their area of the state up for discussion.
  3. 
Discuss the value of involvement in the state organization, and the return on membership investment for architects of all levels of experience.
  4. 
Review and discuss the state organization’s advocacy strategies for the 2021 Legislative session as it applies to the state regulation of architectural practice.

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This event will be held online via Zoom. Please use the link below to register.
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