On January 26, AIA New York (AIANY)’s Women in Architecture (WIA) Committee celebrated women architects, who became licensed in the past year, during the committee’s annual new year party at Brickworks Design Studio. As part of the festivities, the committee also honored Dattner Architects’ Dana Moore with their Women in Architecture Recognition Award. This awards program highlights a recently licensed architect who demonstrates strong leadership skills and a commitment to the growth and advancement of the profession. Dana will receive a $1,000 stipend towards travel and miscellaneous expenses at this year’s AIA National Conference in San Francisco.
“Thank you to the Women in Architecture Committee! I’m honored to have been recognized among so many dedicated and accomplished candidates. I look forward to attending the AIA Conference in June and connecting with more sustainability-minded architects.” — Dana Moore AIA
Committed to socially responsible and sustainable design, Dana is an active member of the firm’s Sustainable Practice Group where she has helped develop research, publications, and other knowledge-sharing initiatives. Beyond the office, Dana has taken part in the NYC Department of Sanitation’s 2021 Zero Waste Academy and currently serves as an Urban Design Forum Forefront Fellow.