Join the AIA on its journey to help sustain our built environment and leave a greener footprint for future generations.Walk the Walk
Paula Clements, CAE, Hon. TSA
Managing Director, Component Collaboration & Resources
Manager, Component Professional Development
Direct, International & Unstaffed Components
Director, Component Development
Specialist, Administrative Operations
Pat Harris, Hon. AIA
Director, Component Programs and Events
Brian McLaren, AIA
Director, Component Information & Resources
Becoming a Leader
Looking for an opportunity to become a leader in the AIA? There are many opportunities to find your niche, become an active contributor, and get the most out of your AIA membership.
Your local component has many ways you can become involved. Reach out to your Executive Director or Chapter President and learn how you can become a leader within your local AIA component.
Advocate for topics that your state and local government are considering which will have important impact on how you practice architecture in your state.
Volunteer in a Knowledge Community and share your expertise with your colleagues. Volunteers are needed to produce webinars, newsletters, and conferences that engages members from across the institute.
Architect's Knowledge Resource for Components
The outdoor stations on either end of the line feature a tension fabric structure with tapered steel trusses and stainless steel cables supporting a Teflon-coated fiberglass roof.Discover more in the Architect's Knowledge Resource
Face of the AIA
- Presenter: Marlene Imirzian, AIA