Latinas in Architecture - Paperback Book
As of 2021, there were 121,997 registered architects in the United States. As women, we represent approximately 20% of licensed architects. As Latinas, we represent less than 1% in the United States. In order to create change, Alicia Ponce founded Arquitina; a first of its kind leadership and licensure initiative to raise the 1%.
Latinas in Architecture is an anthology of compelling highs and lows—at times maddening—life stories of multicultural Latina women in the field of architecture. The women in this book are passionate about architecture and the built environment.
As young professionals, mothers and/or business owners, they proudly contribute to the profession as architects, engineers, planners, construction managers and sustainability professionals. Simply put, they are chingonas changing the demographic one Latina at a time.
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.49 x 8.5 inches
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