For Women's History Month, ASLA Seeks to Connect Women in Landscape Architecture


 In honor of Women's History Month, the American Society of Landscape Architects is launching the 2021 #Woman2Woman campaign.

Focused on connecting women in landscape architecture, ASLA's #Woman2Woman campaignwill highlight the stories, challenges, and advice of women in the field at all stages of their careers.

Some highlights of the month will include:

  • Ongoing social media highlights from ASLA women professionals, from recent graduates to ASLA Fellows to ASLA honor recipients.
  • An International Women's Day Instagram Takeover by  WxLA  on March 8.
  • An inter-disciplinary panel entitled "Hear Their Voices: Inspiring Stories from Women Leaders in Design Education" on March 25.

"We hope that creating this space through the #Woman2Woman campaign will support and strengthen the community of strong, dedicated women within ASLA and the profession, as well as encourage other women to join," said Eugenia Martin, ASLA President-Elect.

ASLA CEO Torey Carter-Conneen added: "ASLA is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in landscape architecture. Part of that commitment is providing a platform for women in the profession to speak openly and candidly about their experiences, their challenges and opportunities."

Be sure to watch ASLA's posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest to follow the entire #Woman2Woman campaign.




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