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BEA Prairies is pleased to announce City Building for All: Working Towards Equity in Design and Urbanism, a two-day symposium featuring City Builders from across the prairies, as well as a keynote presentation on Unconscious Bias by Loreli Buenaventura, Head of Diversity & Inclusion for HSBC Canada and an associate with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI).


March 6-7, 2020

Winnipeg, Manitoba


Tickets available now!


https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/city-building-for-all-working-towards-equity-in-design-and-urbanism-tickets-89990248255?aff=email


Additional speakers and more details to be announced shortly! 


If you are interested in volunteering at this event, please contact us at beaprairies@gmail.com.


We are committed to providing equal access to this event for all participants.  If ticket prices are a barrier or you require alternative formats, dietary considerations or other specific needs, please contact us at beaprairies@gmail.com



BEA Prairies is pleased to announce its next talk in the City Builders Speaker Series featuring Eleah Gallagher!


October 30th, 2019 at 6pm

Launch Coworking Space

Unit 200 - 1460 Chevrier Blvd.

Winnipeg, Manitoba

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From ACEC SK:


Eleah Gallagher was raised on a small farm near Wilcox, Saskatchewan and attended the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame.  She studied civil engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, graduating with distinction in 2008.  She received the Civil Engineering Alumni Medal, University of Saskatchewan that same year.


A Structural Engineer with J.C. Kenyon Engineering Inc. since 2008, Eleah has consulting experience on many projects that include commercial, residential, and industrial buildings of different structural forms and systems.


Eleah is an active volunteer with both community and professional organizations, taking leadership roles in each position she accepts, be it with an ACEC-SK committee, the Board of Regents for the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame or a church youth group.


https://www.acec-sk.ca/awards/young_professional_awards/2013_recipient.html




Thanks to everyone who came out to help us celebrate our 1st anniversary! The exhibit included objects, drawings and models from members of the BEA Prairies executive committee, and showed the wide range of city-building work that our members are engaged in!


We're looking forward to another year of great BEAP talks and other events - stay tuned for announcements!