Lessons from Haiti: Ann Clark at TEDxIIT

Ann Clark is a native Chicagoan, practicing architect and community leader. One of her guiding principles is working on projects that have social relevancy. Her work often goes beyond traditional delivery methods of architecture into the realms of community activism and fundraising in order to move projects from idea to actualization.

In this video, Ann is giving us an insider’s look at her recently completed project, the Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital in Haiti. She also shares her experience bringing people from various walks of life together to create respectful and community-minded architecture that exponentially expands community pride.

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