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The AIA Advocacy Network


Looking to make a difference for your community and the architecture profession? Look no further than the AIA Advocacy Network!

The Advocacy Network is robust and organized grassroots advocacy network that not only connects AIA staff and components with AIA members, but also AIA members with elected members of Congress. The ultimate goal is to build a lasting relationship between AIA and Congress, so that every member will be the messenger on key advocacy issues.

Why should you join?

    • With the Network, you can be more involved in the lobbying process at the federal, state, and local levels. The relationships you build with legislators and staff in your local area will allow you to make a bigger difference for our profession.

    • You will also have the opportunity to connect with other AIA members, coordinating efforts and making a larger impact on legislators.

    • You will be the first to know about important legislative issues that need the attention of AIA members.

    • You will not be required to do the advocacy work on your own, but will be able to lean on others for assistance in getting the word out about important issues.

Click Here to Join the Advocacy Network

Please be sure to provide your name and home address for district verification purposes. For more information and frequently asked questions about the Network, click here.

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