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Carl Elefante, FAIA President A nationally recognized expert on sustainability, Carl Elefante serves as principal for Quinn Evans Architects in Washington, DC, a full-service architectural firm with special expertise in the preservation, expansion, and adaptive use of historic buildings and sites.
Carl has been an active member of the AIA at the local, state, and national levels. He also managed the design and construction of 1. His many leadership positions and civic volunteer work also demonstrate the importance connecting the built environment, communities, and culture: He is also secretary of Axiom Architects, LLC in Youngstown, Ohio, which focuses on larger commercial, institutional and corporate design projects for both the public and private sector.
Bruce has been active within the AIA for more than three decades. Bruce is dedicated to giving back to his community, serving on a wide variety of local boards and committees. Panetta, AIA Treasurer Patrick Panetta has a penchant for leadership and passion for advocacy that has helped advance the profession of architecture and demonstrated the value of architects in service to society.
He has held leadership positions at various levels of the AIA. Heather has forged strategic partnerships and developed innovative programs across diverse public and private sectors to advance the mission of AIA, including the Paul Revere Williams Project, encouraging documentation and publication of research regarding his contributions to both practice and community.
Heather has been recognized with the Francis Gassner Award—the highest honor bestowed by AIA Memphis for outstanding contributions to the advancement of the profession of architecture. These passions have afforded Ross many opportunities to engage in leadership roles early in his career; having served on boards and committees at every level of the AIA.
A selfless advocate for emerging professionals, he has been influential in establishing programs, events, and committees that get other emerging professionals and AIA members involved in the Institute, their communities, and the profession.
Ross is an accomplished designer, with many of his projects receiving recognition through design awards, exhibitions, and publications. Currently, he is a Principal with FormGrey Studio, a multi-city collaborative design and fabrication firm focused on elevating all aspects of the built environment.
Keshika De Saram, Assoc. He recently completed his Master of Architecture degree at the University of Minnesota, having spent his time in school focusing on community engagement in the design process. Peter Exley, FAIA At-large Director Peter Exley has established an internationally recognized practice of architecture for children, families, and communities, elevating the standards of design for learning and play environments.
He is the co-founder of Architecture Is Fun, a Chicago-based architecture, design, and consulting firm. With experience on a broad range of academic, hospitality, institutional, and commercial projects, her innovative design work reinforces that a building is more than its shell; it is an experience.
As a frequent speaker and writer on the future of architectural practice, Emily is fascinated by how technology, the social economy, and environmental urgency are addressed in architectural practice.
She has demonstrated continued and significant service to the AIA including leading the national diversity and inclusion conversation as chair of the Equity in Architecture Commission. For more than a decade of her career, Emily has advocated for emerging professionals: He serves on the board of directors of the person firm founded in Lubbock.
Both architect and engineer, Dan was an adjunct instructor of architectural engineering at Texas Tech University.
As President of the Texas Society of Architectshe shepherded landmark legislation in Texas resolving a two-decades old conflict between architects and engineers. He was elevated to the College of Fellows in King, FAIA At-large Director In his four decades of architectural practice, volunteer service, and teaching, Donald King has always kept the needs of under-served communities and the application of culturally-responsive architecture front and center.
Donald is presently a visiting professor of architecture at the University of Washington College of Built Environments.
She is charged with growing the discipline across the region and expanding upon the importance of integrating Workplace Intelligence into real estate decisions for organizations who are looking to put their people first.
Throughout her career and volunteer service to the AIA she has consistently focused on the future of practice and remains a consummate advocate on behalf of the profession to the public. She has authored more than articles focused on architecture, design, and architectural practice for a variety of print and online publications.
In addition to her written work, Evelyn is a noted knowledge leader and public speaker on the changing practice of architecture and putting design thinking to practice in business.
Jennifer Workman, AIA At-large Director At the local, state, and national level, Jennifer Workman has supported emerging professionals, promoting their promise and power. He is strengthening the Association through advocacy, public outreach, and education initiatives that help members serve clients and communities in a global era of challenge and change.
He is repositioning the AIA from its rich legacy into a proactive, responsive, and influential organization. Signature accomplishments include streamlining AIA governance to improve decision-making, building a new digital-first technology infrastructure, and launching an award-winning public awareness campaign.
Under his editorial leadership, Architectural Record earned numerous publishing industry honors, including the premier magazine journalism award, the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Award for General Excellence, an unusual achievement for a professional journal.People.
Through three generations of family leadership, Dimeo Construction Company has successfully nurtured and grown a corporate culture anchored to transparency, high quality, and delivering superior value.
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