Government Affairs: Educate and influence public officials about issues affecting the architectural profession
Member Communication: Improve and expand communications.
Membership Development: Increase membership, involvement and diversity.
School Facilities Board: Work through a Coalition to better the school construction for future generations.
State Conference: Create an opportunity for continuing education and networking for the architectural
Custom Residential Architecture: Increase awareness of residential architects and address residential concerns.
Women Principals Group: Discuss opportunities/challenges for women architects that are principals or seeking to become principals.
If you would like to participate in any of these committees or you’re just interested in finding out more about them, please email Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE or call (602)252-4200.
Capitol Mall – Patrick Panetta, AIA
Contracts – Neal Jones, AIA
COTE – Luis Peris, AIA
Fellows – John Kane, FAIA
Government Affairs – Rick Bright, AIA
Membership Communication – Chris Knorr, AIA
Membership Development – Craig Randock, AIA
SFB Coalition – Bill Taylor, AIA & Phil Swaim, AIA
State Conference – Patrick Panetta, AIA