While Architecture schools are becoming increasingly diverse, both the ideas students are exposed to and composition of the profession at-large are still largely homogeneous. To change these realities, the feminist practices exhibition will focus on architects who use feminist methodologies in their research and design and create works to explore personally and regionally relevant problems pertaining to their environment. The international commonalities and themes revealed by their works demonstrate how contemporary architectural practices are impacted by feminist research and design, strategies which are also diverse. Such variety is seen in the type of projects pursued to the way client collaboration is sought. Since there is now a critical mass of diverse students in our colleges, this exhibit can transform not only their architectural practices but also their future clients understanding and value regarding design. To diversity our design and client ranks requires that we model the behavior we aspire to.