Shawna Mabie – “Winning the ‘Bad Boss’ Challenge”

Join Emerge AEC virtually on Tuesday, June 28th to hear from Shawna Mabie and network with fellow emerging professionals!

Shawna Mabie, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, NOMA

Emerge AEC is excited to announce June’s education speaker, Shawna Mabie! Shawna’s presentation, titled “Winning the ‘Bad Boss’ Challenge: Connect with Different Leadership Styles so you can Thrive at Work,” will help you identify the various types of relationships you might come across at work and how to successfully navigate them. This presentation is compatible with careers across any industry, so invite your friends for an evening of networking and healthy discussion!

Biography

Shawna Mabie, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, NOMA is a Project Manager and Associate at Hanbury based in Raleigh, North Carolina. At Hanbury, Shawna manages projects and strives to build a shared sense of ownership among her team members. With 15 years of experience in the profession, Shawna’s passion for research guides her as she seeks to create architecture that profoundly impacts the experience of users.

Shawna previously taught at North Carolina State University and at University of Arkansas Community Design Center. She served as Co-Founder and Chair for the AIA Triangle Leadership Forum and as the Architect Chair for the AIA Triangle Emerging Professionals and Young Architects Forum. 

Shawna currently serves as the AIA North Carolina Young Architect Director and as the AIA National Young Architect Representative where she hopes to expand on programming that focuses on keeping Emerging Professionals and Young Architects in the profession.

Virtual Event!

Join us Tuesday, June 28th at 6:45 PM EST to network with fellow attendees – Shawna’s presentation will begin at 7 PM EST. Register here to receive the Zoom link, and share the registration link with friends!

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