AIANY Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee is an elected body that submits the elective slate to the Board of Directors and the membership for vote at the Annual Meeting held each June. It also acts in an advisory capacity in the development of the Center for Architecture Board of Trustees nomination slate. The committee includes five (5) members, four (4) are elected by the chapter members. The fifth is the Immediate Past President.
2016 NOMINATING COMMITTEE ELECTION
Monday, October 5th, 2015, 12 noon
Monday, October 19th, 2015, 4:45 pm
• Yuri Birchwood-Fuentes, AIA
• Megan Sterling Chusid, AIA
• Mark L. Gardner, AIA, NOMA
• Frances Huppert, FAIA
• Gordon Kipping, AIA
• Juan Carlos Matiz, AIA, LEED AP
• George H. Miller, FAIA
• Nicole Hollant-Denis, AIA
• Brian Pape, AIA, LEED AP
• Michael Samuelian, AIA
• Robert Schubert, Assoc. AIA
• Lee Solomon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, AVS
• Kim Yao, AIA
Click here to see candidate bios.
All active assigned members (Architects, Associates, International Associates) received voting credentials via email on Monday, October 5th, if your membership was active as of Monday, September 28th, look for the email to access the online voting system. If you did not receive your credentials or have difficulty with the voting system, please contact Kalyani Bhatt for assistance.
Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, DPACSA
Susannah C. Drake, AIA, FASLA
Terrence O’Neal, FAIA
Ann Rolland, AIA, LEED
Barbara Wilks, FAIA, FASLA
Staff Support: Jesse Lazar, Director of Development
The Nominating Committee is an elected body that submits the elective slate to the Board of Directors and the membership for vote at the Annual Meeting held each June.
The AIA New York Chapter 2015 Nominating Committee accepts recommendations and self-referrals for Chapter service through its Board and elective committees for terms starting in 2016.
Service with the Chapter helps to shape the programming, initiatives, and message of the AIA New York Chapter. The Board meets monthly, with supplemental meetings and event commitments dependent on the position to which an individual is elected.
Elective committees usually meet monthly throughout the year, though the Fellows and Honors Committees have intensive meetings leading up to the Annual Meeting. Each candidate should consider their schedule and availability carefully when applying.
Recommendations should include:
1. Cover letter indicating areas of interest for service
2. Brief one-page resume
3. Complete contact information: name, address, email, telephone
Materials can be sent by postal or email. Postal submissions should be addressed to:
c/o Jesse Lazar
AIA New York Chapter
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
Election of the 2016 Nominating Committee:
October 5 to October 19, 2015
Call for Recommendations Issued: January 2015
Recommendations due to Chapter: by mid-February 2015
Resumes and recommendations compiled and reviewed: February/Early March 2015
Interviews: March 2015
AIANY Slate development: March/Early April 2015
AIANY Slate release: Late April/Early May 2015
AIANY Annual Meeting/Election: June 2015
Candidates Start Terms: January 2016