Lenore Lucey Talks About How to Reinvent Your Career and Why It’s Okay to Do So

Lenore Lucey, NCARB

Lenore Lucey, NCARB

Joan Capelin interviewed Lenore Lucey, FAIA, for the sixth interview of the “Sound Advice” series.  During the podcast, Lenore – since 1997 the executive vice president of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards – discussed how design professionals can use this downturn to reinvent their career and still stay productively and meaningfully engaged in the design and building community.

The podcast examines Lenore’s own diverse career and also provides her pointers on how to figure out what would be a suitable, enjoyable next career step; discusses how the various organizations involved in certification of design professionals are now considering the value of alternate careers; and closes with advice to the still-large number of young people entering the design professions. 

NCARB provides Education Standards, the Intern Development Program (IDP), the Architect Registration Examination (ARE), and a continuing education monograph series.  In addition, it acts as a certification agency for architects, enabling them to have verified credentials centrally maintained and transmitted upon request for licensing in any of the 54 member jurisdictions. 

Click here to listen to the podcast and view Lenore Lucey’s full bio.  Visit our “Sound Advice” page to hear other podcasts in the series, which to date includes Friedl Bohm, former chairman of NBBJ, now head of White Oak Partners; Marjanne Pearson, NextMoon; Eugene Kohn, KPF Architects; Ray Messer, Walter P Moore; and Hugh Hochberg, The Coxe Group.

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