LARE 2018 Honorees

Diane Hoskins & Andy Cohen
Gensler is the world’s leading global architecture, design, and planning firm with 48 locations and more than 6,000 professionals networked around the globe, serving clients in 120+ countries. Gensler is widely recognized as the world’s leading collaborative design firm, and they’ve embraced integrated leadership at every level. This sets Gensler apart, enabling it to be its clients’ strategic partner worldwide and the innovator among design firms.
City of Hope Spirit of Life 2018 honorees, Co-CEOs Diane Hoskins and Andy Cohen, are exemplars of this leadership model. They form a collaborative team responsible for the day-to-day operations of Gensler’s global platform. Through their leadership and vision, Gensler has extended its client base and geographic reach to become the world’s largest architecture firm. In recognition of their innovative leadership, Andy and Diane rank on Business Insider’s elite “Creators” list, a who’s who of the world’s 100 top creative visionaries.
Gensler has been a steadfast champion and advocate of is people serving in their communities. From pro-bono design projects, to collaborations with non-profits, mentorship programs and community engagement, every firm investment drives Gensler toward its vision of “Creating a Better World Through the Power of Design”. Starting in the 48 communities it calls home and extending to the 2,500+ cities it works in, Gensler has given its commitment to support hundreds of purpose-driven, not-for-profit organizations around the globe for more than 53 years.
“We are excited to support the City of Hope and are honored to represent Gensler in receiving the LARE Spirit of Life Award. It’s been a privilege to be part of the inspirational work City of Hope is doing to transform the future of cancer research through vital, life-saving treatments, and better outcomes for patients and their families. City of Hope is giving cancer patients around the world a second chance at life, and we hope you will join us in helping them in their fight to cure cancer and save lives.” – Diane Hoskins & Andy Cohen, Gensler Co-CEOs