• Video: Sho-Ping Chin FAIA

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    This past weekend marked the fifth biennial AIA Women’s Leadership Summit. This two-day event grew out of an initiative originating in Boston under the leadership of Sho-Ping Chin FAIA. Sean David Burke published a summary of the weekend's events for Architect Magazine in Carve Your Own Path and Other Takeaways From AIA WLS 2015. In 2006, Sho-Ping founded the Women Principals Group through the Boston Society of Architects and from that effort grew the Women’s Leadership Summit. At the conference this year, Heather Taylor AIA presented a video about Sho-Ping’s career and influence on the profession produced by the Women Principals Group at the Boston Society of Architects and Duncan Lake.

    The video includes interviews with colleagues at Payette as well as the original members of the Women Principals Group.

    Sho-Ping Chin FAIA from Payette on Vimeo.

  • Sho-Ping had such a natural grace, with which she carried herself and her intellect. Her devotion to the profession, her professional colleagues, her family and the people of Haiti; set the bar extremely high for the rest of us to follow. Peace to her and to the Payette family.
    October 22, 2015 Elayne Anderson
  • I miss her voice every day in the office and we miss her voice in our work.
    I was lucky enough to meet her when I was the client and she and Tom took me to lunch one day and they asked me to come work with them. That pair and SPC alone = formidable .. With a crinkle wrinkle smile in her pragmatic wit and a twinkle with her kindness.
    Thanks to our Boston, Princeton et al - women and men in your rememberences... best pb.
    September 24, 2015 Paula Buick
  • What a beautiful tribute to celebrate Sho Ping. Thank you.
    September 22, 2015 Lucy Young
  • Thanks so much Heather (and everyone at Payette)!!! That was simply beautiful.
    September 21, 2015 Yo Chin
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