Liz frequently lectures and runs workshops in the U.S. and abroad on topics such as racial and spatial justice, equitable development, sustainability, empathy and human-centered design, placekeeping and placemaking, and power and privilege.
Select past venues have included the TED Women, Social Entrepreneurship World Forum, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Black in Design, and the Aspen Ideas Festival. She has also been featured on radio broadcasts and podcasts including NPR’s Ted Radio Hour, KQED Forum, and Women in Sustainability. She also frequently speaks at several colleges and universities. Previous engagements have included Columbia University, California College of the Arts, UC Berkeley, Maryland Institute College of Arts, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan.
For speaking inquiries, please contact the FRESH Speakers Bureau at [email protected].
Upcoming Events, Lectures and Workshops
Online | September 17, 2020
Online | October 5, 2020
Previous Events, Lectures and Workshops
US Green Building Council: Intersectional Environmentalism in the Building Industry
Online | August 17, 2020
Center For Urban Pedagogy: What is community-engaged design during – and after – COVID?
Online | July 22, 2020
Cities in a Post-Pandemic World
Online | April 20, 2020
Harvard: Design for the Just City
Boston, MA | April 11-12, 2019
KQED: City of the Future
San Francisco, CA | February 2, 2019
Aspen Ideas Festival
Aspen, CO | June 21-23, 2018
Brainstorm Design 2018
Singapore | March 5-7, 2018
New Orleans, LA | November 1-3, 2017
Australian Institute of Architects
Sydney, Australia | August 18, 2016
Black In Design
Cambridge. MA | October 9-10, 2015