"It's hard, it's frustrating, it's wonderful, and it's exciting." Tina Manis is talking about the office she started three years ago and runs today, but could be just as easily describing raising a family. A young mother, Manis is in a position that is still surprisingly rare in the architecture field: She is the sole, female owner of an architecture firm whose two employees are also women. "We were saying the other day we could use some testosterone, but actually I think we have enough testosterone among us," Manis says, explaining that there's no intentional gender bias at her office.
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