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CRAN Appoints Emerging Professional Lindsay Colwell to Advisory Group


The CRAN Advisory Group (AG) is proud to announce that it has appointed Lindsay Colwell, Associate AIA, to a newly-created position on the AG, specifically to represent emerging professionals. This move is intended to provide representation and support for young professionals from the CRAN AG. Lindsay will have full voting privileges on the AG. Lindsay will be responsible for chairing a new CRAN/EP committee made up of emerging professionals from throughout the AIA interested in custom residential design.

Lindsay received her Master of Architecture from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. She interned with custom residential architecture firm, Herlong and Associates Architects, in Isle of Palms, South Carolina, and worked for custom home builder, Wardell Builders, in San Diego, California.

Currently, Lindsay lives in Papillion, Nebraska, and works remotely as a designer for Strong Kennedy Architects, the architecture division of Cullum Homes, a custom design-build firm in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is actively pursuing licensure through NCARB's Intern Development Program (IDP) and has completed hours through the Emerging Professional Companion (EPC) program.

The AG is confident that Lindsay's coast-to-coast work experience and her knowledge of the various programs available to interns pursuing licensure will make her a valuable AG member representing emerging professionals.

Joining Lindsay on the new CRAN/EP Committee will be Astine Reneberg, Assoc. AIA, with BRR Architecture, Inc in Merriam, Kansas, and Julie Wagner, AIA, of Pittsburgh. Any other EPs interested in joining the CRAN/EP Committee should contact Lindsay Colwell at lindsay.a.colwell@gmail.com for an application.

 

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