Congratulations to BlackLAN members Maci Nelson, Angelica Rockquemore, and Jameka Smith for being part of the Inaugural ASLA Women of Color Licensure Advancement program.
The program offers mentorship opportunities and supports women of color in their pursuit of landscape architecture licensure.
“ASLA is committed to achieving a diverse profession that is welcoming and accessible to all," says ASLA president, Eugenia Martin. "We are proud to take this first step to lift up women of color in our landscape architecture community, by providing them with the support network they need to achieve licensure."
More information can be found on the ASLA blog, The Dirt.