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Citizen Architect Program



The general public's view of architects and AIA Iowa is shaped first and foremost by how the individual AIA members interact with their clients and their communities. The AIA Iowa Public Relations Committee introduced this program in 2008 to recognize members who represent AIA's values to their communities through public service: the Citizen Architect Program. This program is a recognition program bestowed upon all members who meet qualification criteria, and is intended to encourage all AIA Iowa members to actively engage in their communities and share in the AIA mission

 

 

Participants must...

1. be an AIA Iowa Member: Assoc. AIA, Assoc. AIA-E, Int'l Assoc. AIA, Student Affiliate, AIA-M, AIA-E, FAIA-M, or FAIA-E;

2. serve as: 
    a. an appointed or elected member of a government committee, council, or body at the local, county, regional, or state level;

    b. OR serve as a volunteer or in a leadership position for a non-profit organization that seeks to benefit people in need or communities as a whole.

3. In this role, advocate for one or more of the AIA Iowa's core principles of Quality Design, Sustainability, and Livable Communities. 

 

To apply for the Citizen Track of the Citizen Architect Program please submit your application HERE by February 15th, 2016.

    

 

Participants must...

1. be an AIA Iowa Member: Assoc. AIA, Assoc. AIA-E, Int'l Assoc. AIA, Student Affiliate, AIA-M, AIA-E, FAIA-M, or FAIA-E;

2. and meet or have a one-on-one conversation with their individual state legislators once a year;

3. and donate $50 to each of their state legislators once a year ($100 total annual donation).

     a. If a member's beliefs do not correlate with one of their individual legislators, they can donate the $100 to the other legislator instead.

     b. Or if a member's beliefs do not correlate with either of their individual legislators, they can donate to a different legislator or state official instead.
 

To apply for the Advocacy Track of the Citizen Architect Program please submit your application HERE by June 30th, 2016

 

 

Each member enrolled in the program this year will be recognized at the 2016 AIA Iowa Annual Convention. We encourage all AIA Iowa Architects who serve their communities and support their local legislators to participate.

 

Participants of the 2015 AIA Iowa Citizen Architect Program:


Community Track

 

Mindy Aust, AIA
Tim Bungert, AIA
Natalie Carran, AIA
Todd Wehr, AIA
Kevin Eipperle, AIA
Craig Shannon, AIA
Steve Stimmel, AIA
Christopher Wand, AIA
Danielle Hermann, AIA
Ray Phillips, AIA
Scott Hatfield , AIA
James Spiller, Assoc. AIA
Eric Wessels, AIA
Kyle Martin, AIA
Todd Moss, AIA
Curtis Ehler, AIA
Scotney Fenton, AIA
David Martin, AIA
Courtney Koch, AIA
Christina Monk, AIA
Brian Schwartz, AIA
Tina Rhodes, Assoc. AIA
Dale McKinney, FAIA
Edward Matt, AIA
Paul Mankins, FAIA
Megan Drake, Assoc. AIA
Bethany Jordan, Assoc. AIA
Jason Reis, AIA
Richard Dean, AIA
Terry Allers, AIA
Rod Stevens, AIA
Mitch Bloomquist, Assoc. AIA
Edward Ottesen, AIA
Joseph Benesh, AIA
Naura Heiman Godar, AIA
Kristen Greteman, Student Affiliate
Evan Shaw, AIA
Joshua Moe, AIA
Ann Sobiech Munson, AIA
Bruce Hamous, AIA
Peter Franks, AIA
Todd McNall, AIA
David Hofmann, AIA



Advocacy Track

 

Thomas Clause, FAIA
Brian Crichton, AIA
William Dikis, FAIA
Todd Moss, AIA
Scott Olson, AIA
Matt Ostanik, AIA
Ray Phillips, AIA


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