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Women in Architecture: A Conversation [Virtual]

In this interactive conversation, we reflect on the current state of women in architecture, why there are fewer women in architecture, and why this is important to address for individuals, organizations, and the architecture profession overall. We explore interventions and solutions to help increase women in architecture as well as how to make a difference and get involved. We also overview the Women In Architecture (WIA) Global Initiative. This conversation is a great way to help architecture teams spark dialog and reflection around diversity and how to move into action to make a difference. A collaboration between ACS Victoria and The University of Melbourne Enterprise Architecture Industry Forum.

Event Start: Wed 25 Oct 06:00 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Wed 25 Oct 07:00 PM AEDT

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Registration End Date: Tue 24 Oct 12:00 PM


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Whynde Kuehn

Whynde Kuehn

I am a catalyst and changemaker for new ways of thinking and doing business. Every day I serve a global vision and community around cohesive, end-to-end strategy to execution and the intentional design of organizations, enabled by business architecture. I focus on (1) advocacy and education for these ideas within an executive and higher education context as well as (2) capacity and community building for individual professionals and organizations. I am passionate about bridging the gap between strategy and execution and building organizations and business ecosystems that are valuable, effective, agile, and sustainable. I am just as passionate about serving my human family and world and lifting others up along the way.

I am recognized globally as a highly sought-after pioneer and thought leader in business architecture, with a distinguished track record of creating successful strategic business architecture teams worldwide. I have worked with a vast array of organizations to build their capacity for end-to-end strategy execution, including Fortune 500 and global enterprises, governmental and non-profit organizations, social enterprises, startups, and cross-sector initiatives. I have extensive experience in enterprise transformation and planning, and was a key player in one of the largest business transformations in the world. I also led one of the largest business architecture consulting practices prior to S2E.

I am the founder of S2E Transformation, an established consulting practice helping clients achieve their greatest visions for business and digital transformation in a practical and business-focused way. I am also the creator of Biz Arch Mastery, a dedicated online platform and community that helps professionals master the art and science of business architecture through an extensive library of resources and interactive programs.

I am author of the book Strategy to Reality and co-author of a number of other books. I am an adjunct professor within the Penn State Smeal College of Business Executive Education program. I am co-founder, vice president, and academic chair of the Business Architecture Guild, a not-for-profit business architecture association that has advanced and formalized the discipline worldwide. I am a fellow with the Institute for Digital Transformation and a member of the Fast Company Executive Board. I am also proud to serve as chair for the global initiative Women In Architecture (WIA) as well as board chair for CouldYou?, a New York based non-profit dedicated to curating, proving and scaling solutions to poverty.

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