architecture, lecture, social enterprise
Emily Hunt Turner ’07 (BArch) is a civil rights attorney with a background in architecture, law, and public policy. She is the Founder and CEO of All Square, which was named as one of TIME Magazine’s 2019 Greatest Places in the World. All Square is a social enterprise centered on a craft grilled cheese restaurant and professional institute that invests in formerly incarcerated individuals. Prior to All Square, Emily spent five years as an attorney for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), tackling housing discrimination and segregation. She was selected as a 2015 HUD Emerging Leader, where she spearheaded federal prisoner reentry reform in Washington DC. She graduated from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture with outstanding thesis honors and went on to receive a Masters of Public Policy and her Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School, New Orleans.
Hunt Turner, Emily, "Designing Dissent" (2020). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 204.
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