As our spaces continue to adapt to our future needs, we’ll likely see more collaborative, communal zones where people can relax, shop, and work. Digital nomads are those who have the unique ability to work from anywhere. While we often imagine the traditional digital nomad working from an exotic tropical destination, a new form of […]
This month CallisonRTKL is speaking with members of the firm’s LGBTQ+ community to celebrate their voices and honor Pride. Today we are talking to Jenna Ryan, a Senior Designer for Specialty Retail in CRTKL’s Seattle office. Jenna, how would you like to be identified for this article? I identify as a queer, cisgender woman who […]
James Thor is an Administrative Assitant in CallisonRTKL’s Los Angeles office. He is an experienced Project Assistant with a demonstrated history of working in the architecture & planning industry. Skilled in Color Printing, Adobe Acrobat, Office Administration, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office. Strong administrative professional with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Marketing […]
What excites you most about your appointment to the Dallas office leader? What excites me most is the ability to re-visit the culture in our office and really build that back up. One of those initiatives is to “go local,” where we intend to focus on the community of our own city and build in […]
Jodi Williams, AICP, LEED AP ID+C Associate Principal; Office Leader, Washington, D.C. Jodi Williams brings over 20 years of experience in workplace strategy, facility planning and change management. She leads strategic planning efforts for public and private sector clients, leads some of our largest corporate accounts and is a big fan of mission-oriented work. You […]
Voices and Perspectives is a series from CallisonRTKL to elevate the perspectives of our people. We are grateful for their commitment to facilitate and celebrate equality, diversity and inclusivity in our firm and beyond. Today, we’re talking to Associate Vice President Anna Leach about her commitment to bringing conversations of injustice beyond an explosive moment […]
As creative problem solvers, we’re facing what is surely the biggest challenge of our personal and professional lives. Across the globe, we’ve experienced mandatory quarantines, adopted new work-from-home policies and are well-versed in social distancing.