Celebrating Women’s History Month: Architect Jeanne Gang

Celebrate Women’s History Month with us as we spotlight architect Jeanne Gang and her international architecture and urban design practice Studio Gang. Known for using design as a medium to connect people to each other, their communities, and the environment, Studio Gang was recently selected to lead the Phase 1 Implementation of Civic Center Next 100, which includes improvements to the Greek Theater and Central Promenade.

Jeanne’s work reflects her commitment to creating spaces that foster community connections and environmental stewardship. Her projects range from cultural centers like the Gilder Center at the American Museum of Natural History to a new United States Embassy in Brazil to public installations challenging traditional norms, redefining city skylines and showcasing architectural imagination.

A MacArthur Fellow and a Professor in Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Jeanne has been named one of TIME Magazine’s most influential people in the world.

Jeanne’s advocacy for gender equality within the profession sets a powerful example. By closing the gender wage gap in her company and promoting inclusive practices, she embodies actionable idealism, translating vision into tangible change. Her influence extends globally, with ongoing projects from Paris to Boston, showcasing her dedication to sustainable, impactful design.

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