How did our female leaders get to where they are today and what decisions or challenges motivated their successes? Join Women in Design on April 26 at 5:30pm for the second segment of the 2018 Women's Leadership Series featuring Joy Coleman and Nadia Zhiri.
Joy is a preservation architect and Principal at TreanorHL. Throughout her professional career, she has focused on historic building rehabilitation in the urban core, on university campuses and landmark districts. Projects range from the exterior restoration of a one-room school house to the multi-year, multi-phase rehabilitation of the Kansas Statehouse. Joy recently presented “Top ten things to know before buying a historic building” at the 2018 Main Street conference.
Nadia is a principal at TreanorHL and leader of the firm’s Student Life studio, which has designed more than 12 million square feet of student life space in the past five years. Nadia believes in architecture’s ability to support and enhance the learning environment and sponsors doctoral research on the cause-and-effect relationships between architectural environments and student success. Nadia was honored in 2016 with ACUHO-I’s S. Earl Thompson Award for her contributions to the association and to the student housing profession.