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Name Role Jason Takeuchi, AIA Chair Sarah Nelson-Woynicz, AIA Vice Chair Matt Toddy, AIA Past Chair Gabriella Bermea, AIA Director, Communications Kiara Gilmore, AIA Director, Knowledge Anastasia Markiw, AIA Director, Advocacy Seth Duke, AIA Director, Community Carrie Parker, AIA Director, Strategic Vision Steven Spurlock, FAIA College of Fellows Liaison Patty Boyle, AIA Strategic Council Liaison
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State Representative Alabama Elliot Brown, AIA Alaska Zane Jones, AIA Arizona Andrea Hardy, AIA Arkansas Katherine Lashley, AIA California Vasilies Beseau, AIA Colorado Kaylyn Kirby, AIA Connecticut Andrew Gorzkowski, AIA DC Kumi Wickramanayaka, AIA Delaware Jack Whalen, AIA Florida Arlenne Gil, AIA Georgia Laura Sherman, AIA Hawaii Kevin Loo-Chan, AIA Idaho Jorge Basulto, AIA Illinois Raquel Guzman Geara, AIA Indiana Matt Jennings, AIA International Li Ren, AIA Iowa Kevin Wagner, AIA Kansas Garric Baker, AIA ...
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Echoing the content and context of Connection Q3: Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (J.E.D.I), Sharika Tasnim provides additional perspective in her piece, "Occupying Spaces". Occupying Spaces by Sharika Tasnim, Assoc.AIA Sharika is currently a student at MIT. She is also serving as Managing Director of Eco Architect and Technology Limited. The evolution of architecture and aesthetics in U.S. city-planning did not take into account the native experience and lifestyle, or draw on a connection to other non- white communities, such as the East Asian immigrant workers or Black Americans who made up the majority of the expanding ...
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