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Design Voice Podcast

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The Design Voice Podcast seeks to elevate and amplify those voices of women in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. Each episode features honest conversations with women who shape the built environment - their unique perspectives on the state of their professions, stories about their career journeys, and more. By telling their stories, this podcast hopes to serve as a source of education, inspiration and empowerment. Season 2 starts Fall 2019 - stay tuned!

Latest Episodes

Design Voice Podcast Origin Story! - Interview with the host Catherine Meng

Design Voice Podcast is back! To start off Season 2 of the show, I thought I would do something a little different – share my own story. I speak with Julia Gamolina of Madame Architect on why I became an architect, how this podcast came to be, and my thoughts on adjusting to life and work so far as a new mother.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Design Voice Podcast Origin Story! - Interview with the host Catherine Meng

Digging Deep with Kathy Scott

Kathy Scott is a Principal at Walker Warner Architects, where she leads the design on several of the firm’s projects, and mentors teams in the use of good processes to achieve the highest quality of work. Kathy believes that architecture has the capacity to elevate our daily lives, and that the best work results when designs evolve in a thoroughly considered and deliberate manner.

33 MINMAR 6
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Digging Deep with Kathy Scott

Designing Healthy Environments with PJ Glasco

PJ Glasco is a Principal at Cannon Design. She is a healthcare planner and designer who has worked with many of the nation’s top healthcare institutions to create landmark facilities.

31 MINFEB 12
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Designing Healthy Environments with PJ Glasco

How to Be with Phoebe Lam

Phoebe Lam is the Director of Operations and a Project Manager at William Duff Architects in San Francisco. In this episode Phoebe talks about how she made the transition into an operations role at her firm, and how her life approach influences the way she views her works. We discuss the pressures of thinking you need to act or be a certain way in the profession , and how to get over it and just focus your energy on your work instead. Phoebe also shares what she looks for when hiring potential employees.

32 MINFEB 6
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How to Be with Phoebe Lam

The Fabric of Cities with Dana Getman

Dana Getman is an Associate Principal at SHoP Architects in New York City, leading some of the firm’s most complex projects. During her time at SHoP, she has led and managed a wide range of dynamic projects including super tall skyscrapers, waterfront redevelopments, US embassies, and educational institutions.Dana is an expert working with user groups and community stakeholders to build consensus throughout the design and construction process.

32 MINJAN 23
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The Fabric of Cities with Dana Getman

Change Leadership with Taryn Kinney

Taryn Kinney is a Principal, and K-12 Education Studio Leader at DLR Group. Taryn is a native Texan who has successfully led the strategy, visioning, planning, and design of more than two million square feet of learning space, both nationally and internationally. She incorporates current developmental research, environmental psychology, and organizational psychology to design facilities that respond to human learning and behavior.

28 MINJAN 9
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Change Leadership with Taryn Kinney

Resiliency and Leaving the World Better For Others with Natalie Tse

Natalie Tse is a Project Manager at Tipping Structural Engineers in Berkeley, California with a broad range of design experience in educational, commercial/retail, residential, science and technology sectors. Natalie is deeply passionate about innovative solutions, well-integrated and cost-effective designs, responsiveness during construction, and open communication. She is profoundly committed to learning, mentoring, building strong relationships, family, and giving back to the community.

29 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Resiliency and Leaving the World Better For Others with Natalie Tse

Architecture for EveryBody with Rachel Preston Prinz

Rachel Preston Prinz is an architecturally-trained American designer, and founder of the Santa Fe based consulting agency Archinia. She works at the intersection of architecture and design, placemaking, cultural and historic preservation, and community engagement. In addition to Archinia, Rachel also runs a non-profit organization, Architecture for EveryBody, which aims to bring the craft of architecture, usually reserved for the wealthiest 98%, to the people.

33 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Architecture for EveryBody with Rachel Preston Prinz

Successful Mentor-Mentee Relationships with Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso

In this special episode of Design Voice Podcast, I’m joined by Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso of SOM’s New York office to discuss mentor-mentee relationships. Carrie and Jen talk about the mentorship programs at SOM, and share their insights on why mentorship is so valuable from both the mentor and mentee perspectives. They also offer some great advice on what to do if your firm doesn’t have a formal mentorship program, as well as how to find your place at a larger firm.

36 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Successful Mentor-Mentee Relationships with Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso

On Grit, Vulnerability, and Telling your Story with Bianca Koutsakos

Bianca Koutsakos is a Business Development Manager at Neoscape, a creative agency that specializes in branding and visual storytelling of the built environment. Bianca represents the agency’s San Francisco office, and spearheads the market growth, business development and marketing strategy for their West Coast market.

27 MIN2018 OCT 17
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On Grit, Vulnerability, and Telling your Story with Bianca Koutsakos

Latest Episodes

Design Voice Podcast Origin Story! - Interview with the host Catherine Meng

Design Voice Podcast is back! To start off Season 2 of the show, I thought I would do something a little different – share my own story. I speak with Julia Gamolina of Madame Architect on why I became an architect, how this podcast came to be, and my thoughts on adjusting to life and work so far as a new mother.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Design Voice Podcast Origin Story! - Interview with the host Catherine Meng

Digging Deep with Kathy Scott

Kathy Scott is a Principal at Walker Warner Architects, where she leads the design on several of the firm’s projects, and mentors teams in the use of good processes to achieve the highest quality of work. Kathy believes that architecture has the capacity to elevate our daily lives, and that the best work results when designs evolve in a thoroughly considered and deliberate manner.

33 MINMAR 6
Comments
Digging Deep with Kathy Scott

Designing Healthy Environments with PJ Glasco

PJ Glasco is a Principal at Cannon Design. She is a healthcare planner and designer who has worked with many of the nation’s top healthcare institutions to create landmark facilities.

31 MINFEB 12
Comments
Designing Healthy Environments with PJ Glasco

How to Be with Phoebe Lam

Phoebe Lam is the Director of Operations and a Project Manager at William Duff Architects in San Francisco. In this episode Phoebe talks about how she made the transition into an operations role at her firm, and how her life approach influences the way she views her works. We discuss the pressures of thinking you need to act or be a certain way in the profession , and how to get over it and just focus your energy on your work instead. Phoebe also shares what she looks for when hiring potential employees.

32 MINFEB 6
Comments
How to Be with Phoebe Lam

The Fabric of Cities with Dana Getman

Dana Getman is an Associate Principal at SHoP Architects in New York City, leading some of the firm’s most complex projects. During her time at SHoP, she has led and managed a wide range of dynamic projects including super tall skyscrapers, waterfront redevelopments, US embassies, and educational institutions.Dana is an expert working with user groups and community stakeholders to build consensus throughout the design and construction process.

32 MINJAN 23
Comments
The Fabric of Cities with Dana Getman

Change Leadership with Taryn Kinney

Taryn Kinney is a Principal, and K-12 Education Studio Leader at DLR Group. Taryn is a native Texan who has successfully led the strategy, visioning, planning, and design of more than two million square feet of learning space, both nationally and internationally. She incorporates current developmental research, environmental psychology, and organizational psychology to design facilities that respond to human learning and behavior.

28 MINJAN 9
Comments
Change Leadership with Taryn Kinney

Resiliency and Leaving the World Better For Others with Natalie Tse

Natalie Tse is a Project Manager at Tipping Structural Engineers in Berkeley, California with a broad range of design experience in educational, commercial/retail, residential, science and technology sectors. Natalie is deeply passionate about innovative solutions, well-integrated and cost-effective designs, responsiveness during construction, and open communication. She is profoundly committed to learning, mentoring, building strong relationships, family, and giving back to the community.

29 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
Resiliency and Leaving the World Better For Others with Natalie Tse

Architecture for EveryBody with Rachel Preston Prinz

Rachel Preston Prinz is an architecturally-trained American designer, and founder of the Santa Fe based consulting agency Archinia. She works at the intersection of architecture and design, placemaking, cultural and historic preservation, and community engagement. In addition to Archinia, Rachel also runs a non-profit organization, Architecture for EveryBody, which aims to bring the craft of architecture, usually reserved for the wealthiest 98%, to the people.

33 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Architecture for EveryBody with Rachel Preston Prinz

Successful Mentor-Mentee Relationships with Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso

In this special episode of Design Voice Podcast, I’m joined by Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso of SOM’s New York office to discuss mentor-mentee relationships. Carrie and Jen talk about the mentorship programs at SOM, and share their insights on why mentorship is so valuable from both the mentor and mentee perspectives. They also offer some great advice on what to do if your firm doesn’t have a formal mentorship program, as well as how to find your place at a larger firm.

36 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Successful Mentor-Mentee Relationships with Carrie Moore and Jennifer Grosso

On Grit, Vulnerability, and Telling your Story with Bianca Koutsakos

Bianca Koutsakos is a Business Development Manager at Neoscape, a creative agency that specializes in branding and visual storytelling of the built environment. Bianca represents the agency’s San Francisco office, and spearheads the market growth, business development and marketing strategy for their West Coast market.

27 MIN2018 OCT 17
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On Grit, Vulnerability, and Telling your Story with Bianca Koutsakos
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