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Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 Podcast EPISODE 46: Part 1, Roderic Walton, AIA, NOMA, NCARB; PRINCIPAL, Moody Nolan

April 2021

What is it like to work for the nation’s largest African American architecture firm? Roderic Walton, AIA, NOMA, NCARB; Principal shares, “My individual performance is often represented as that of the entire African American community by so many people that I interact with, and it can be overwhelming. There are so few black architects practicing today and what that means is that often I am the only person of color who is in a leadership role, and looks like me, in most of my professional interactions.”

Learn more about what the experience is like for people of color when they enter the healthcare space and why there is a direct correlation between what communities African Americans live in and the type of healthcare they receive, and how healthcare design and architecture professionals can truly change this.