Blog

Blog

posted August 7th, 2020 by Janet Tatten

4wrd - Increasing Diverse Leadership & Creating Awareness for Unconscious Bias

Welcome to E4Hspeaks. E4H is dedicated to supporting the success and growth of diversity in leadership roles and ensuring equitable treatment of employees throughout the firm. 4wrd is their initiative “for women, resolve, and diversity” with the goal of increasing diverse leadership and creating[...]

continue reading

Culture

posted August 4th, 2020 by E4H

NOMA Virtual Summer Architecture & Design Camp

Do you know of a student of color who is interested in Architecture and Design? National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) is offering a Virtual Summer Camp in Architecture & Design, August 10th-17th, 2020. The national camp fee is $35 for the full 8-day experience for 6th  - 12th grad[...]

continue reading

Culture

posted July 31st, 2020 by E4H

What does Diversity mean to you?

In an office-wide conversation on diversity, E4H posed the question What does Diversity mean to you? Focusing on Black Lives Matter, E4H discussed a variety of topics such as systemic racism and diversity and inclusion. The cloud image reflects the results of the poll. What does Diversity mean to yo[...]

continue reading

E4Hcares

posted July 29th, 2020 by E4H

2020 E4H Fundraising Golf Tournament Postponed

The 2020 E4H 10th Annual Golf Tournament has been postponed and moved to Fall 2021. This annual event benefits Youth World - Dallas, whose focus is to inspire hope and relieve economic burdens in South Dallas so at-risk kids can live in a stronger, healthier community. Donations can be made at youth[...]

continue reading

Blog

posted July 24th, 2020 by Devin Bushey

What is Your Path to Licensure?

E4H is dedicated to providing clients with the most knowledgeable and experienced team in the industry. To do so, they have created a culture that fosters professional growth and development. The number of architects licensed in the United States rose to 116,242 in 2019, according to a survey by [...]

continue reading

load more posts