National AIA 2017/2018 Candidates for Office

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It’s that time of year again—election time.

And this year we have two Californians running for positions, so be sure to show your support.
Candidates responded to five questions which centered around AIA’s initiative, increasing public awareness of the profession, ensuring equity in the profession, and empowering the next generation.

Candidates for 2017 First Vice President / 2018 President-elect:

Carl Elefante, FAIACarl Elefante, FAIA
AIA Potomac Valley
Click here to view Carl’s response.


Brian Dougherty, FAIABrian Dougherty, FAIA, LEED AP
AIA Orange County
Click here to view Brian’s response.


Lanny McIntosh, AIAEllis L. “Lanny” McIntosh, AIA, LEED AP
AIA Eastern Oklahoma
Click here to view Ellis’s response.


Candidates for At Large Director:

Peter Exley, FAIAPeter J. Exley, FAIA
AIA Chicago/AIA Illinois
Click here to view Peter’s response.


Candidates for 2017-2018 Secretary:

Julia Donoho, AIA, Esq., LEED APJulia Donoho, AIA, Esq., LEED AP
AIA Redwood Empire
Click here to view Julia’s response.


Burton Roslyn, FAIABurton L. Roslyn, FAIA Emeritus
AIA New York
Click here to view Burton’s response.


Bruce Sekanick, AIABruce Sekanick, AIA, OAA
AIA Eastern Ohio
Click here to view Bruce’s response.

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