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PKN Goes Green

Presenters speak on sustainability

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Continuing Education

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AIAD Latest Articles

AIAD 2014 Annual Meeting and Elections

By-Laws: Section 3 - Election Publications

A. The Chapter shall publish a notice to the entire membership at least 20 days prior to the Annual Meeting. The notice shall restate the date, time and location for the meeting, list the nominations, shall provide background on the nominees, and shall give instructions for absentee ballot voting if there are contested positions.

AIA DETROIT ANNUAL MEETING

Date: November 12, 2014
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Detroit Golf Club
(17911 Hamilton Rd, Detroit, MI 48203)

 

Absentee Ballot Instructions

AIA Licensed Architects and Associate members may request an absentee ballot from the date of this announcement (10/24/2014) up to a week before the Annual Meeting (11/5/2014).  Ballots can be requested by contacting Lauren Myrand at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Absentee ballots must be submitted by close of business day, November 12th.

2014 Board Nominations (*denotes contested position)

Vice President
Robert Hoida
 
 
 
Treasurer
Kim Montague
 
 
 
Michigan Director*
Fred Butters
Amy Deines
Dima Daimi
Kristina Glusac
Detroit Director
Theo Pappas 
 
 
 
Associate Director
Chandra Moore
 
 
 
Affiliate Director
Aimee Zoyes
 
 
 

Candidate Profiles

We have asked all of the candidates to provide some background on themselves while running for a position.  We hope you take the time to get read about the candidates before voting!  Remember, you can vote via absentee ballot (can be requested up through Wednesday, November 5th), or in person at the Annual Meeting on November 12th.
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2015 AIAD Board Nominees

Nominee Statements of Intent

We have asked all of the candidates to provide some background on themselves while running for a position.  Below are their statements explaining their intentions for serving on the AIA Detroit Board.  We hope you take the time to read about the candidates before voting!  Remember, you can vote via absentee ballot (can be requested up through Wednesday, November 5th by emailing Lauren), or in person at the Annual Meeting on November 12th.
 
 

VOLUNTEER PROFILE | Ashley Flintoff, EPC Member

AIA Detroit is continuing its series highlighting members within all of the committees. This installment, we are featuring Ashley Flintoff, a member of the Emerging Professionals Committee. Find out more about Ashley below!

1. Where do you work and what do you do there?

I’m a Project Manager for SmithGroupJJR

2. Where did you go to college and what’s your degree in?

Bachelors of Science in Architecture from UDM and currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Community Development from UDM

3. What do you do when you’re not working and EPC’ing?

I am an active member of the UDM School of Architecture Alumni Council as well as the AIA Detroit Emerging Professionals Committee and I served as Associate Director to the AIA Detroit Board for 2011. I am also a founding member and Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Volterra-Detroit Foundation, and the Events and Social Media Director for Michigan Retired Greyhounds As Pets. In my spare time, I practice yoga, love photography and travel and am a social media junkie. I've been a Project Manager at SmithGroupJJR since 2011.

4. How long have you been on the EPC?

I have been a member of the EPC since 2007.

5. What do you like about the EPC that keeps you active?

The camaraderie. That and the opportunity to connect young professionals with the industry and the city.

6. What contributions that you have made to the EPC are you proud of?

Instituting the Social Events committee to get young professionals out of the office and socializing. Hopefully I’ve shown newer members that we need to get involved in our organization and in our communities in order to really make a difference. One person can do amazing things if you are passionate and engaged.

7. Is there any affinity toward the AIA that you have that motivates you, or what are your feelings about the AIA/AIA Detroit?

I truly believe that engagement with students and young professionals is vital to the sustainability of this organization. These are the future members and these are the people that will ensure that the AIA and AIA Detroit is around for generations. The work of the EPC has been a great asset for AIA Detroit and the AIA in general but we are not done. The challenge is to get members outside of the EPC to engage, get involved and to contribute. The EPC is simply one piece of the puzzle, without the collaboration and interaction of other committees and other members, we cannot survive. We all need to work together to raise this organization to higher levels and to truly serve our community.

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