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Christiana Copper  Christiana Copper enjoyed making art as a child. It was an activity that she shared with her sister, and her parents were supportive

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Charles Hendricks  Charles Hendricks wasn’t naturally a good student. In fact, he struggled with dyslexia, which made many subjects difficult for him. But when he

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Melody Stinson  Melody Stinson believes that growing up with a father who was an electrical engineer enabled her to get an early look at the

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   Farah Ahmad  Farah Ahmad believes that her path to becoming an architect was paved by influences from her family, specifically her father. Farah’s father

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Christine Monaghan  Christine Monaghan says that she is not one of those architects who played with Legos and knew that they wanted to be an

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Julia Mollner  Julia Mollner is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. In today’s appearance, she talks about her work with research mockups.   Julia

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Becky Fuller   Becky didn’t plan on becoming an architect. As a child, she decided after watching an awards show that she wanted to become an

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Randy Wilburn  Randy Wilburn isn’t an architect, but he’s been working in the design space for over two decades. It all started when he connected

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Chris Gutierrez  Chris Gutierrez can remember being good at math and geometry even as far back as 5th or 6th grade. He also liked these

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CSI  Cherise Lakeside is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. She was originally a guest back in the earliest days of the podcast.

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Michele Hottel   Although neither of her parents were in creative fields, Michele remembers having a creative upbringing. She enjoyed drawing and painting and took art

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Women Architects Collective | Joann Lui  Before Joann knew what architecture was or that architect was a possible career path for her, she wanted to

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