Advocating for Self: A Workshop
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Advocating for Self: A Workshop

When: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: Anderson Brulé Architects, Inc.
325 South First Street, 4th Floor
San Jose
United States
Contact: Dasha Ortenberg

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 Advocating for Self: A Workshop


Interested in advancing your career path, but having trouble advocating for yourself?

Megan Blaine AIA, Founding Principal of BLAINE architects, and Angshupriya Pathak AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager at Anderson Brulé Architects, will facilitate this interactive workshop to help define your past and future success through advocating for yourself.

Both Angshu and Megan are former Chairs of the Women in Architecture (WIA) Silicon Valley, and will share their experiences on self-advocacy techniques. 
















Angshupriya Pathak AIA, LEED BD+C

Angshu is passionate about working towards an equal, equitable and diverse practice in the profession. The Women in Architecture Silicon Valley has proved to be her platform to cause change. As 2018 Committee Chair of the WIA, her vision is for the WIA to become experts in strategic mentoring through collaboration and partnerships within the architectural and associated communities.


Angshu received her Master’s in Architecture from the University of Oregon with a specialization in Sustainable Urban Housing. Angshu’s design-build experience in mixed-use multi-family urban infill projects boasts of an unwavering focus on constructability. As Project Architect at ABA, she is enjoying her current venture into the realm of Educational Libraries.



Megan Blaine AIA

Megan Blaine is Principal Architect at BLAINE Architects, a multidisciplinary practice that strives to deliver timeless and honest designs. Before starting her own practice, Megan’s diverse architectural background includes large scale commercial projects at Foster + Partners, hospitality design at WATG in London, and high end residential projects. Megan Chaired the WIA from 2016-2017 and continues to be an active member.