Founder & Editor,
Working in the built environment and dedicated to the empowerment, advancement, and visibility of the women who work in it, Julia Gamolina is the Founder and Editor of Madame Architect where she has published to date over 60 interviews with women who advance the practice of architecture. She is also currently handling business development at FXCollaborative, focusing on mission-driven institutional projects, and is a Founding Member of The Wing, a network of community spaces for women. She is based in New York City, with roots in Siberia and Toronto. Julia started her career working on headquarters for tech and media companies with A+I, and on high end residential projects with Studio V. Her student positions have taken her to Brazil and Austria to work on cultural projects. Julia received her Bachelor of Architecture at Cornell University, graduating with the Charles Goodwin Sands Memorial Medal for exceptional merit in the thesis of architecture. Recent speaking engagements have included presentations and panel discussions at Harvard, Cornell, Yale, Columbia, NYU, and the Pratt Institute.