KSA Political Action Center
Kentucky Society of Architects Political Action Committee
We know that legislation and regulations affect your business and its bottom line. We also know that when you participate in the political arena, you must play both defense and offense. That’s why the AIA is involved in protecting and advocating for the profession’s interest on key issues – like licensing, procurement, and tax issues.
A Political Action Committee (PAC) is an invaluable political tool that allows architects a greater opportunity to receive a fair hearing on issues and have a seat at the table when decisions are made. The KSA PAC allows Kentucky’s architects to combine financial resources and express the collective interests of the profession in ways that are impossible with individual contributions.
AIA Kentucky constantly works to educate Kentucky legislators about the complicated issues surrounding the practice of architecture. These men and women look to their friends for support in gaining re-election. Through the PAC, AIA Kentucky tries to make fair and reasoned judgments about how to help the profession's friends return to the leadership positions from which they can support our issues.
No matter how big or small, YOUR CONTRIBUTION can aid the KSA PAC in becoming a louder voice for Kentucky’s architectural community. Please visit www.ksapac.com and donate today!
NOTE: Contributions may now be made online via secure PayPal processing. Personal contributions only, per Kentucky law. Support the PAC today!
KSA PAC New Member Challenge
The Kentucky Society of Architects Political Action Committee is looking for new members at a suggested contribution of $25.00. For those who have not contributed before, lobbyist Greg Brotzge, Hon. AIA has agreed to match the first 10 contributions for a maximum of $250.00. All contributions must be made with personal funds (no corporate checks/credit cards) and are not tax deductible. If you're interested in donating visit KSAPAC.com.
Volunteer service at the State or Local level provides another excellent opportunity for Architects to have a voice in the decisions that impact our communities. AIA Kentucky has compiled the following list of AIA Members serving as "Citizen Architects" in elected and appointed positions for state or local government. Members who hold similar positions who wish to be added to this list should contact Kelly Ives, AIA.
KY Dept. Housing, Buildings and Construction (HBC) Building Codes Advisory Committee - Chris Seals, AIA
Stephanie R McCrery, KYCID, NCIDQ – Kentucky Board of Architects
Anne St-Aignan Muller – Kentucky Board of Architects
Joseph A Hayes, AIA, NCARB – Kentucky Board of Architects
Jeffrey Johnson, AIA – Kentucky Board of Architects
Crystal Patterson – Kentucky Board of Architects
Lawrence Brandstetter, AIA - Kentucky Board of Architects
Franklin A Gray, AIA - Kentucky Board of Architects
Sarah Mascarich - Kentucky Board of Architects
David R Marchal, AIA - Single Family Dwellings Advisory Committee
Mark W. Ryles, AIA - Architectural Services Selection Committee, KY Finance & Administration Cabinet
David C Banks, AIA - Architectural Services Selection Committee, KY Finance & Administration Cabinet
Wayne M Meyer, AIA - Architectural Services Selection Committee, KY Finance & Administration Cabinet
Darren J. Taylor, Assoc. AIA - KY Historic Properties Advisory Commission
Ben Barlage, AIA - City Council Member, Edgewood, KY
Joshua Gilpin, AIA- Lexington Fayette Urban County Board of Architectural Review, Lexington, KY
Susan Hill, AIA - Lexington Fayette Urban County Planning Commission, Lexington, KY
K. Norman Berry, FAIA - West Main Street Architectural Review Committee, Louisville, KY
Christopher Fuller, AIA - Louisville Metro Government Landmarks Commission, Louisville, KY
Ed Kruger, AIA - Downtown Development Review Overlay District Committee, Louisville, KY
John Warmack, AIA - Bardstown Road/Baxter Avenue Review Overlay District Committee, Louisville, KY
Mark Trier, AIA - NuLu Review Overlay District
Jeffrey Rawlins, AIA - NuLu Review Overlay District
Herb Shulhafer, AIA (EM) - Individual Landmarks Architectural Review Committee, Louisville, KY
Peter G. Fisher, Assoc. AIA – Woodford County Board of Architectural Review