Speaker - Kate Stohr

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Kate Stohr has been instrumental in coordinating design services and bringing in more than $4 million for community development and rebuilding in the wake of the Southeast Asia Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. As a former journalist, Stohr brings a background in project management, website development and a strong understanding of urban planning issues to Architecture for Humanity. She co-edited the book Design Like You Give a Damn, and has served as a panel moderator and guest speaker at a number of design conferences and events, including the New York Public Library speaker series "Live from NYPL," the Aspen Ideas Festival, Structures for Inclusion and the Chicago Architecture Foundation. She received her bachelor's degree magna cum laude from New York University and her master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Stohr is the recipient of Wired magazine's 2006 Rave Award for Architecture and serves as a board member for the Center for Architecture and Design in San Francisco.

1 Program

Collaborating for Change: The Open Architecture Network

04.09.08 | 01:20:32 min | 1 comment