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Diversity Within the AIA

A Snapshot of AIA Members (as of May 31, 2011)

Architects

  •  15% licensed female architects 
  •  1% licensed architects identify as African-American
  • 0% of licensed architects identify as American Indian/Alaska Native
  •  5% licensed architects identify as Asian/Pacific Islander
  • 72% licensed architects identify as Caucasian
  •  3% licensed architects identify as Hispanic
  • 1% licensed architects identify as Other
  • 18% licensed architects are designated as Unknown

Associates

  •  30% of Associates are women
  •  3% of Associates identify as African-American
  • 0% of Associates identify as American Indian/Alaska Native
  •  6% of Associates identify as Asian/Pacific Islander
  • 57% of Associates identify as Caucasian
  •  6% of Associates identify as Hispanic
  • 3% of Associates identify as Other
  • 23% licensed architects are designated as Unknown


2009 AIA Firm Survey

  • Women accounted for 17% of firm principals and partners, up from 16% in the 2005 AIA Firm Survey.
  • Racial and ethnic minorities accounted for 11% of firm principals and partners, up from 8% in 2005.
  • Of licensed architects in firms, women accounted for 20%, the same level as in 2005; racial and ethnic minorities accounted for 18%, up from 11% in 2005.

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