Ujijji Davis

By Authentic Form & Function, Chris Arnold, Jamie Giellis

She recently published a critical essay in the Avery Review with Columbia University, entitled "The Bottom: The Emergence and Erasure of Black American Landscapes," on black identity in American landscapes in 2018. She's an advocate for STEM girls education and keynoted the 4th Annual Young Women's Leadership Affiliate Convening, and was a feature for CareerGirls.org STEM leaders. She is also a 2018 Next City Vanguard Fellow. Ujijji holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University and a Masters in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.Related links for this episode:· SmithGroup· Ujijji on LinkedIn· Ujijji on Twitter· The Field· Career Girls· U of Michigan Guest Lecturer· The Avery Review· Sekou Cooke· Craig Wilkins· Dan Kinkead· Amanda WilliamsBe sure to support this podcast by subscribing and reviewing! Visit Authentic Form & Function for more information: https://authenticff.com© 2019 Authentic Form & Function

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