A graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, Louise Braverman established her practice in 1991. Her work has been widely published and recognized by her peers, resulting in her early selection as an Architectural League’s “Emerging Voice” and elevation to fellowship in the AIA. She contributes to the field by serving on design award juries including the 2014 AIA National Housing Awards and the 2012 Chicago Athenaeum GOOD DESIGN Awards. Recently, she was invited to present her work at the Venice Architectural Biennale. The work was shown at international exhibits in both 2012 and 2014 as well as at the United States Pavilion in 2014. She has lectured about her perspective at the Yale School of Architecture, the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, the Yale Club of New York City, the City University of New York, the Montclair Art Museum, the American Association of University Women, the Cosmopolitan Club, the AIA New York Chapter and the New York City Museum Educators Roundtable Annual Conference at The Morgan Library. From 2005 to 2009 she lectured about her work, An Architecture of Art + Conscience, at the Chicago AIA Women in Architecture + Archeworks Lecture Series, the 2004-2005 University of Pennsylvania Humanities Forum, Ryerson University School of Architecture in Toronto and the International UIA 2005 Istanbul Congress in Turkey.