2022 Annual Meeting

2022 candidates for elective office

Attention: AIA members interested in declaring candidacy for AIA National Board of Directors

Architect members in good standing may declare candidacy for AIA elected national office (First Vice President or Secretary); any individual eligible under the Bylaws for selection as an At-large Director may declare candidacy for that office.

These elections will take place at the virtual 2022 AIA Annual Meeting, scheduled for 12-3pm ET, June 9, 2022.

AIA members interested in standing for election to the offices of 2023-2025 At-large Director, 2023-2024 Secretary, or 2023 First Vice President/2024 President-elect at the 2022 AIA Annual Business Meeting, should direct their questions to AIA Secretary William R. Turner, Jr., AIA, c/o Corporate Secretary and Managing Director of Governance Administration Pam Day, at pday@aia.org.

2023 First VP/2024 President

Kimberly N. Dowdell, AIA, NOMAC (AIA New York Chapter/AIA New York State) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

Evelyn M. Lee, FAIA, NOMA (AIA San Francisco/AIA California) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

2023-2024 Secretary

Thomas A. Liebel, FAIA (AIA Baltimore/AIA Maryland) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

Britt Lindberg, FAIA (AIA Silicon Valley/AIA California) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

2023-2025 At-large Director

Illya Azaroff, FAIA (AIA New York Chapter/AIA New York State) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

Kenneth J. Filarski, FAIA (AIA Rhode Island) (Speech 1) (Speech 2)

Annual Meeting materials

Please see the official delegate booklet for information on accreditation of delegates, caucuses, and the annual meeting procedures.

The agenda for the Annual Meeting may be found here.


The delegates at the 2022 AIA Annual Meeting will be asked to consider resolutions, which require approval by a majority vote of the delegates present and voting.

The text of proposed resolutions may be found here.

Amendments to AIA Bylaws

The AIA Board of Directors is sponsoring amendments to the AIA Bylaws, scheduled for consideration by the delegates at the annual business meeting on June 9, 2022 (virtual). Bylaws amendments require approval by an affirmative two-thirds (2/3) majority of the votes cast—or accredited to be cast—by delegates at the meeting, determined in the manner prescribed in Chapter 9 of the Bylaws.

The text of proposed amendments to the AIA Bylaws may be found here.

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