Women Architects: Balancing Work and Life

Principals Angie Lee and Brenda M. Bush-Moline speak on the designer’s live-work-play balance at VOA Chicago for CWA.

Great design is achieved by architects and designers who take a balanced approach to living, working and playing.

When we begin our professional life, work sometimes takes the front seat. As we advance in our careers, our world often gets more complicated and our choices more consequential. Optimizing our work/life balance can be overwhelming, yet we all need to take time to renew ourselves in order to find meaning in our work and establish healthy priorities. The holistic approach to this balancing act is something we call “personal sustainability.”

Join VOA Principals Angie Lee, FAIA, IIDA, LEED BD+C and Brenda M. Bush-Moline, AIA, LEED BD+C, EDAC, in a dynamic discussion on the opportunities and challenges in “creating personal sustainability” as women in the design and architecture profession.

VOA Associates Incorporated is pleased to host a discussion at the June meeting of CWA (Chicago Women in Architecture) on June 10 at VOA, 224 S Michigan Avenue, Suite 1400. Doors open at 5:30pm, discussion begins at 5:45 with networking and meeting to follow. For more information on the event and CWA membership visit cwarch.org.

We look forward to engaging with you.

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