CBT Celebrates Women in Design
This month, CBT recognizes Women’s History Month with our annual celebration of women’s accomplishments and leadership in architecture, design, and beyond! CBT Women in Design (WiD) aims to foster collaboration, inspiration, and impact – and provoke positive changes in our lives and the lives of those around us.
Design conversations and themed panel discussions featuring influential female leaders will take place throughout the month. Our goal is to bring together bright minds that inspire us through their ideas on a wide range of subjects.
CBT International Women's Day Celebration
The Women of CBT exhibit returns to our lobby for its second year, showcasing the personal and professional accomplishments and points of inflection through the lives of of our female colleagues.
Friday Design Chats with Moti Tavassoli
Moti Tavassoli is a Product Design Manager at Arktura LLC and has worked in engineering, design and the manufacturing industry in areas spanning from architectural design to product design. She specializes in product development, 3D modeling and fabrication.
Friday Design Chats with Suzanne Tick
Suzanne Tick maintains a distinguished career as a CEO, textile designer, weaver and Vedic Meditation teacher in New York City. She is currently the Creative Director at Luum, design consultant to Tarkett and Design Partner with Skyline Design.
Women Disruptors in a Pan-Cultural World
Audrey O' Hagan, Principal, Audrey O' Hagan Architects
Elizabeth Tinsley, Assistant Professor, UC Irvine
Zoe Wang, CBT Senior Associate
Anna Reiderman-Hickey, CBT Senior Interior Designer
Friday Design Chats with Kristina Albu
Kristina Albu works as a product designer at Yellow Goat, where her work builds on her previous experiences as a graphic designer and an industrial designer.
Game-Changing Women Bringing People Together
Martha McCarthy, Lead Counsel in the freedom to marry litigation in Canada and quarterbacked a national strategy that resulted in the first court decision in the world calling for full and equal marriage for same-sex couples.
Vickie Alani, CBT Principal