1.0 PDH (LA CES/non-HSW)
This webinar is FREE for all members. Non-members must pay $50 to participate.
Although not yet senior partners or managing principals, mid-career landscape architects possess considerable expertise in various aspects of their profession. As they step into leadership roles, they encounter distinctive challenges while embracing opportunities to influence the field. In this session, we’ll explore the journeys of three such landscape architects who are currently midway through their careers. Their diverse career paths span across different design offices, academia, and professional practice. During an open and candid discussion, the speakers will address recruitment and retention challenges, the vital role of mid-career landscape architects in mentorship and management, and the impact of their personal lives on their professional journey.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the distinctive role that mid-career professionals assume in bridging the gap between junior staff and senior management.
- Acquire a deep comprehension of the various challenges encountered by mid-career professionals who aspire to advance their careers, including both professional and personal obstacles.
- Recognize and appreciate the efforts of mid-career landscape architects as they challenge prevailing norms, aiming to promote a more equitable and inclusive practice within the field.
Steven Lee, PLA, ASLA, SWA/Balsley
Lisa DuRussel, PLA, ASLA, University of Michigan
Grace Prem, PLA, ASLA, SCAPE
Jennifer Nitzky, FASLA, RLA, ISA (Moderator), Studio HIP Landscape Architecture