HARRY WOLF FAIA
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Perhaps, there are better sources for quotations. However, the point was not to focus on the source but the content. That said, the leadership of AIA depends upon its members stepping up to participate in driving and working on the committees, boards, juries, communities and commissions to deliver services and create the policies for practice along with engaging our communities to share and promote those values on which we all concur. To populate these groups, we need to build the leaders of tomorrow and inspire those in place today. The AIA Leadership Institute, a program supported and invested in by the College of Fellows, is a source we are producing in pursuing the pathway to leadership.
I only ask that we participate and promote the AIA efforts in cultivating leadership. Therefore, let's use our powers for good and consider joining in shaping the future of AIA through your service, support and participation in making leadership education a priority. For those already engaged in serving and leading, thank you for your involvement and for those interested in serving, thank you for your consideration and participation. Join us in the journey to the future we wish for ourselves, profession, the institute and our communities by working to bring others along.Sincerely,Hon. Judson A. Kline, FAIA
"You don't know your past.........you don't know your future".
I agree with Bill and Hubert that the history quotient in this country needs to be raised as a part of leadership. Thanks, Bill for reminding us.
Gary E. Demele, FAIA