It's official -- the SE3 Symposium on January 26 is now sold out! We're at our max of 120 attendees, and are really looking forward to sharing an amazing program with everyone on Thursday.
If you didn't get your ticket in time, please email SE3@seaonc.org to be added to the wait list. We can't wait to see everyone on Thursday afternoon!
SE3 members/supporters may be interested in this upcoming event! Click here for more information.
2017 Gender Equality Challenge Forum: Accelerating Leadership through ActionFriday, January 27, 2017
8:30 am - 4 pm
Gap Inc., 2 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
The Gender Equality Principles Initiative will showcase model and promising practices from 10 Bay Area employers at the 2017 Gender Equality Challenge Forum on Friday, January 27, 2017, from 8:30 am to 4 pm hosted by Gap Inc. at 2 Folsom Street in San Francisco.
Join the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women, Bay Area Council, and Friends of the Commission on the Status of Women to learn about these innovative programs and policies, share ideas, and get inspired to advance women in the workplace!
8:30 am Registration
9 am Welcome & Opening Remarks
9:30 am Calvert 2017 Diversity Report Findings
9:45 am Presentation of Model Practices
10:35 am Break
11 am Roundtable Session 1
12 pm Lunch
1 pm Roundtable Session 2
2 pm Reflections & Closing Remarks
3 pm Networking Reception
Register Now for the SE3 Symposium on Jan 26!
The SEAONC SE3 Committee’s inaugural symposium is on January 26, 2017! Tickets are selling fast, and you don’t want to miss this stimulating half-day event!
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January 26, 2017, 1pm-5pm
SPUR, 654 Mission Street San Francisco
General $85, Student $40
SE3 2017 Symposium Program
1:00pm: Welcome Remarks & Keynote Address
Emcee: Ayse Hortacsu, ATC; Keynote Speech: Maryann Phipps, Estructure
An overview of the key findings and conclusions from the 2016 SE3 study, including recommended best practices.
Speakers: Natalie Tse, KPW Structural Engineers; Rose McClure, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
A panel discussion among practicing professionals regarding their experiences with engagement and gender equity in the workplace.
Moderator: Angie Sommer, ZFA Structural Engineers
Panelists: Emily Guglielmo, Martin/Martin; Janiele Maffei, California Earthquake Authority; Joel Villamil, Marx Okubo Associates; Taryn Williams, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
3:30pm: Equity by Design Presentation
A discussion of the work and findings of the AIASF’s Equity by Design committee, whose focus is to study and improve gender equity in the architecture profession.
Speaker: Julia Mandell, Wilson Associates
A panel discussion regarding research and experiences enacting change in the profession through new ideas, programs, and policies.
Moderator: Nick Sherrow-Groves, Arup
Panelists: Emily Loper, Bay Area Council; JaNell Cook, HDR; Krista Looza, Buehler and Buehler; Saskia Dennis-van Dijl, Cameron MacAllister Group
4:50pm: Closing Remarks
5:00pm – 7:00pm Networking Social
Network with attendees to discuss what you can do to promote engagement and equity in your firm.
Wine, beer, and appetizers will be served.
For more information on the SE3 Committee and the findings of their 2016 study, go to se3project.org.
For sponsorship opportunities, email Nick Sherrow-Groves at email@example.com for information.
Thank you to our event sponsors:
Computer and Structures, Inc. (CSI), Arup, Thornton Tomasetti, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Exponent, ZFA Structural Engineers, Degenkolb, Forell/Elsesser, Bello and Associates,
Holmes Structures, Gilsanz Murray Steficek, SOM, Build Change, ATC,
Tuan and Robinson Structural Engineers, KPW Structural Engineers, CastConnex, BASE Design, Walter P. Moore, Maffei Structural Engineering
The SEAONC SE3 Committee