Summer 2022 ArchiTypes

President's Message

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the AIA Conference on Architecture returned as an in-person event last month, bringing together thousands of architects to network and celebrate the impact of design. While the conference took place in Chicago, Ohio’s AIA members had plenty of opportunities to showcase the talent of our state during the course of the multi-day event. 

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Government Affairs Update
AIA Ohio Government Affairs

The Ohio General Assembly recessed for the summer, returning to their districts to campaign for re-election in November. Senate and House candidates will be nominated at a second primary held Tuesday, August 2, 2022.


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AIA Ohio Disaster Assistance Program

As with many parts of our lives, we often have a greater demand for our time than we have time to give. It’s true for the work we commit to in the office as well as the organizations and groups that we volunteer for that fill up the rest of our life. This is all part of the work-life balance that we try so hard to keep in place. We face the same challenges within the AIA. There are many moving parts of the AIA and only so much time. If you are interested in serving the organization and your community but don’t have a lot of time to give, the AIA Ohio Disaster Assistance Program might be something to consider.  

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AIA Columbus Update

In June, AIA Columbus and NAIOP Central Ohio hosted a reception to welcome the newest chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects, NOMA Columbus. Attendees enjoyed an evening of networking with colleagues in the design and real estate industry as well as learning more about NOMA Columbus. Saundra Little, FAIA, represented NOMA National and presented NOMA Columbus officers with the chapter’s charter. The evening concluded with a panel consisting of Latifah Alagah, Assoc. AIA, Yanitza Brongers-Marrero, FAIA, and Jonathan Moody, AIA, who discussed diversity in the design industry and the future of architecture in Columbus.

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