Devon Miller

Design Associate

Bio

Devon strives to create authentic and equitable spaces that celebrate the human spirit. Her early career focused on placemaking and community-building in Rhode Island where she worked as a designer at the Providence Parks Department. Committed to education, Devon taught design and architecture studios at the Boston Architectural College and to underserved women and girls throughout India and in the California juvenile system. She’s been awarded grants from Rhode Island School of Design, Dining for Women and Silicon Valley Community Foundation for her collaborative design and education initiatives and has completed trainings in all-gender design with Gender Spectrum. She currently collaborates with San Francisco’s AIA Equity x Design committee to advocate for racial and gender equity in architecture and design.

Education

Rhode Island School of Design - Master of Landscape Architecture
Wellesley College - Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Art History

Professional Experience

GROUNDWORKS Office - Berkeley, California

studio M Merge - Oakland, California
Habitat Design Studio - Oakland, California
Providence Parks Department - Providence, Rhode Island
Anchal Project - Co-Founder - India and Providence, Rhode Island
 

Activities

Design Justice Platform - Design as Protest - CCA Oakland California - January 2017
AIA's Equity by Design Symposium
Gender Spectrum Annual Conference
Gender Equity Training

 

 

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