Promote AIA Members' Involvement
Thomas Jefferson once counseled “…honesty, knowledge and industry are the qualities which will lead you to the highest employment of your country and to its highest esteem.”
In an effort to reposition architects and those who practice architecture, AIA Florida is actively seeking to identify and recognize those members who in their daily lives are playing an important part in shaping the world through their leadership. In shaping the way our communities will deal with life in the 21st century our leadership as architects, thinkers and does will be required more than ever.
AIA Florida recognizes those who have contributed to their communities through service on not-for-profit boards, governmental office or boards, design charrettes or any other effort that demonstrates the leadership of the architect as a citizen in the community.
Applications for the 2017 class are now available. Click HERE for an application. Please emphasize your service outside of work on your application. Applications are due November 17, 2017. The 2017 class will be recognized on January 17, 2018 at Legislative Day in Tallahassee.
Congratulations to the 2016 class of Citizen Architects
David Chase, AIA - AIA Palm Beach
David Godwin, AIA - AIA Space Coast
Peter Pivko, AIA - AIA Palm Beach
Ignacio Reyes, AIA - AIA Palm Beach
Jess Sowards, AIA - AIA Palm Beach
Larry Wilder, AIA - AIA Tampa Bay
2015 Citizen Architect Class
2014 Citizen Architect Class
2013 Citizen Architect Class
National Citizen Architects
Gubernatorial Appointment Toolkit
In an effort to grow the influence of the architectural profession, AIA Florida has developed the Gubernatorial Appointment Program (GAP) to help place architects in positions of influence within our communities. To see the current GAP Tool Kit, click here. All gubernatorial appointments currently open can be viewed here.
For additional information, please contact Becky Magdaleno at email@example.com.