NOMA Magazine, Editor – 2009 – 10, 2012 – current
FORWARD – formerly a quarterly publication of the National Associates Committee of the American Institute of Architects, Director – 2006
“Stepping Off the Merry-Go-Round: A Rose Fellow Chooses Community Design”
Bridging the Gap: Public-Interest Architectural Internships
By Georgia Bizios, Katie Wakeford
Collection of 19 essays from contributors sharing different perspectives on public-interest architectural internships, the book presents opinions of licensed architects practicing in the field to interns describing their experiences as students.
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“Where Are the Architects That Look Like Me?” - discussing diversity in the architecture profession in 20 on 20/20 Vision: Perspectives on Diversity and Design. (2003)
A collection of 10 peer-reviewed and 10 invited essays on diversity in the design profession by interns, educators, senior practitioners and international designers. Written as part of 2003 Diversity Conference in Boston.
“40 Years Later:” Why NOMA Still Matters
A publication of the Planning and the Black Community Division of the American Planning Association (APA).
“Architecture, Wealth and Community Design”- how architects can influence creation of affordable housing, NOMA Magazine (Fall 2008)
“Getting Our Hands Dirty” - introducing vermicomposting to an architecture office, FORWARD (2005)
Listed chronologically here.