Only 3 weeks left until your favorite humanitarian design and resiliency conference!
As the clock ticks the line-up of speakers grows to include pioneers from all corners of the industry. Discussions will focus on post disaster resiliency and sustainable building materials, designing active cities, rethinking the needs of our rapidly shrinking population. This year's event, with the theme Designing for a More Resilient World is sure to leave you motivated to create, build, and network for the greater good.
After the recent announcement at the Clinton Global Initiative on the Commitment to Action with Rockefeller Foundation's 100 Resilient Cities Centennial Challenge, we are thrilled to announce that this year's Keynote Speaker is the Challenge's very own Managing Director, Michael Berkowitz.
Our panelists and moderators are a collection of highly respected, global good leaders from companies, organization and institutions working to tackle the planet's environmental design issues. Register today for you chance to listen and speak to leading disaster respondents, pioneers in sustainable research, and social impact spearheaders during post-panel breakout sessions, and after the event at our open-bar reception.
Want a chance to share your work at the conference? We're offering limited 7 minute time-slots for you to inspire the room with your ideas and projects during our Design Open Mic challenge. Send your PDF presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org to grab to spot before space runs out! (Remember you must also register in order to present)
Tickets for the all-day conference include first-come first-served VIP access to the Curry Stone Design Prize Reception on Thursday, November 7th and our Annual Chapter Panel of Saturday, November 9th. Space is going quickly, so head over to our website and reserve yours today!
For more information, go to http://architectureforhumanity.org/dlygadlive13
Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! 2013 Panels
RESILIENT VS SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS: Research and Implementation
- Moderator: Seth Wachtel
Director, Architecture and Community Design Program, University of San Francisco; Co-Director, USF Garden Project
- Paul O'Connor
Manager, Marketing Communications, Holcim (US) Inc.
- Susan Klosterhaus, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute
- Paulo Fernandes, Architect
Former Architecture for Humanity Design Fellow for Manica Football for Hope Centre, Mozambique and Social Impact Design Award merit recipient
- Bruce King
Structural Engineer and Founder, Ecological Building Network
POPULATION SHOCKS: How Shrinking Populations Will Redefine Cities
- Moderator: T. Luke Young
Project Manager, Architecture for Humanity
- Phil Longman
Author and Senior Research Fellow, New America Foundation
- Rob Bloemker
CEO and Founder, Five Ten Capital
- Nina Baird
Adjunct Instructor and Ph.D. Candidate, Center for Building Performance & Diagnostics, Carnegie Mellon University
- Miljana Vujosevic
Portfolio Manager, Prudential
Curry Stone Design Prize Winners Presentations
- Winners will be announced at Opening Night's festivities on Nov 7th at the Contemporary Jewish Museum
ACTIVE CITIES: Designed To Move
- Moderator: Karen K Lee, M.D.
Director,Built Environment and Healthy Housing Program, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
- Dean Ornish, M.D.
Founder and President, Preventive Medicine Research Institute
- Darell Hammond
Founder and CEO, KaBOOM!
- Jean Nudelman
MPH, Director of Community Benefit Programs and National Lead Community Health Needs Assessment, Kaiser Permanente
- Gillian Gillett
Director of Transportation Policy, Office of Mayor Edwin M. Lee
RESILIENT CITIES: Local Planning Goes Global
- Moderator: Richard Reed
Senior Vice President, American Red Cross
- Desiree Matel Anderson
Former Chief Innovation Advisor, Advisor of FEMA
- Richard Serino
Deputy Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency
- David Morris
- Andy Thompson
Global leader, Catastrophe Risk and Insurance, Arup
- Michael Berkowitz
Managing Director, 100 Resilient Cities Centennial Challenge, Rockefeller Foundation