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WILA - Women ins Landscape Architecture

As a professional minority we strive to support one another's successes. We invite all interested parties to attend a short discussion on how a TX WILA chapter can support the experiences and contributions of all minorities in our profession and our state. During this session we will aim to develop a framework for communication and event planning that speaks to the needs of those in attendance. Ultimately this discussion will result in an organized network of mentors, events, communication tools and more!


SPEAKERS

Ying Liang

Ying is a SITES certified Associate Designer at Asakura Robinson in Houston. She holds an M.A. in Landscape Architecture from Texas A&M University, with certificates in Sustainable Urbanism and Health Systems & Design. Prior to joining Asakura Robinson, Ying worked for TBG Partners for 5 years, where she developed her thorough understanding of social, cultural and economic systems in relation to the landscape.

Anna delos Angeles

Anna is a Designer at Asakura Robinson in Houston. She holds a B.A. from the University of Maryland. She is interested in the intersection between landscape architecture and research as well as the role of design in strengthening communities. Prior to joining Asakura Robinson she worked on small community projects, corporate renovations, multifamily residential open spaces, and parks among others in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.

Abigail Phillips

Abigail is an Associate Designer at Asakura Robinson in Houston. She holds an M.A. in Landscape Architecture from LSU and over 8 years experience in nonprofits. She’s fascinated by the impact of place on people and actively seeks opportunities to collaborate on socially and ecologically responsible design. Prior to joining Asakura Robinson she served as the landscape designer for Solitary Gardens, a landscape-based effort to share the stories of people and communities marginalized by mass incarceration.