Now - AIA Tennessee

Report
2014
AIA TENNESSEE STATE OF THE STATE
PRESENTED BY DON MILLER, AIA
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New Mission Statement
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Leadership Team for 2014
Executive Committee
• President, Don Miller, Nashville
• President-Elect, Brett Ragsdale, Memphis
• Vice-President, Trey Wheeler, Chattanooga
• Secretary, Bea Thompson, Nashville
• Treasurer, Ken Todd, Nashville
• Immediate Past President, Scott Busby, Knoxville
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Board of Directors
• Scott Busby, AIA
• Brett Ragsdale, AIA
• Kelly Cathey, AIA
• John Sanders, AIA
• Sophia Davidson, AIA
• Greg R. Simmons, AIA
• David N. Garst, Associate AIA
• John Tettleton, AIA
• Kelly Headden, AIA
• Elizabeth A. (Bea) Thompson, AIA
• Brent Hughes, AIA
• John Thurman, AIA
• Don Miller, AIA
• Kenneth W. Todd, AIA
• William (Tripp) Mullins, AIA
• Trey Wheeler, AIA
• Jeanne Myers, AIA
• Brandon Yan-Hamby, AIA
• James S. Pareigis, AIA
• Barry Yoakum, FAIA
• Scott Poole, AIA
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Architects in State Leadership Roles
• Commissioner of General Services – Bob Oglesby
• Director of Capital Projects, STREAM, Chris Remke
• Director of Business Relationships, STREAM, Ann McGauran
• State Architect – Peter Heimbach (former president of AIATN)
• Assistant State Architect – Alan Robertson
• A&E Licensing Board Members
• Rick Thompson, Chattanooga
• Frank Wagster, Jackson
• Jerome Headley, Tullahoma
• Board for Licensing Health Care Facilities
• David Rhodes, Memphis
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AIATN 2014
QBS – TCA 12-4-107
• More information can be found at the TN Board of Architectural
& Engineering Examiner’s website: www.tn.gov/regboards/ae
Designer Agreement Revisions
• In Progress with Working Group
2014 Legislative Session
• Year-end Report to be Released
TAPAC Fundraising
• Gearing Up Spring 2014
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2014 Strategic Goals (from Fall Planning Retreat)
Government Relations
• Trey Wheeler, Government Relations Committee Chair
• Weekly conference calls while legislature is in session
• Day on the Hill
Communications
• New Deliverables – Improve communication by Email, Social Media,
Mobile Friendly Website
Growing Our Future – Emerging Professionals
• Jeanne Myers, Chair
• Development of a Membership Committee
• Encourage Emerging Professionals to attend and participate in AIATN
events; recognizing new licensees at convention
• Presence at UT Career Day
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Government Relations Committee
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Trey Wheeler, Committee Chair
Greg Campbell, Knoxville
Kelly Headden, Knoxville
Susanne Tarovella, Knoxville
Jim Pareigis, Nashville
Bea Thompson, Nashville
Don Miller, Nashville
David Bailey, Nashville
Brett Ragsdale, Memphis
Josh Flowers, Memphis
• Lobbyists
• Bill Nolan, Chief Lobbyist
• Lindsay Spain
• Ashley Cates
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What’s Your Role?
• Advocate for Your Profession
Find Your Legislator - http://www.capitol.tn.gov/legislators/
• Sign up as an AIA Tennessee Key Contact –
Ashley maintains our Legislative Tree (contact
information)
• Use Your Contacts & Volunteer
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Day on the Hill
March 5, 2014
Met with Legislators
Hear from State Officials
• Secretary of State Tre
Hargett
• Procurement Agency Panel
CEU Available
Mix/Mingle with Officials
& Peers
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New Executive VP
Ashley Cates
[email protected]
615-255-3860
• University of Tennessee graduate
• AIA Tennessee responsibilities include:
• Government Relations
• Communications, and
• Association Management.
• Mother of 2 under the age of 3
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“Young” Chapter
Membership as of 2.12.14
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AIA Young Architect Award
Josh Flowers, AIA
• Bylaws Revision Group
• Membership Committee
• Government Relations
Committee
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AIATN.org
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Social Media
Follow us for
up-to-date information.
Facebook
facebook.com/aiatennessee
Twitter
@aiatennessee
LinkedIn…
Coming Soon!
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AIA Repositioning Goals
CONNECT
ENGAGE
LEAD
INNOVATE
Focus Priorities
1. Elevate public awareness by communicating the value of
architects
2. Advocate for the profession
3. Create and expand the sharing of knowledge and
expertise
Brent Hughes is our Tennessee Repositioning Ambassador
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AIA Repositioning Goals
ENGAGEMENT
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National Board is contemplating having mandatory EP seats on the
Board. Bylaw changes will be voted on at the 2014 convention.
Encouraging mentorship and the transition of knowledge from senior
architects to young professionals.
COMMUNICATION
Share knowledge and successes among the local chapters.
2.
Benefit from best practices that are currently successful.
a. AIA San Francisco’s ARE Pact
b. AIA Kentucky’s Design Slam
ADVOCACY
1.
The AIA has urged Congress to pass the National Design Services
Act, which will give architecture students relief from student loan debt
in return for pro bono community service.
2.
179D extension passed
1.
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Casey Jones
Bureau of Overseas
Buildings Operations
Elizabeth Raneiri, AIA
Kuth/Ranieri Architects
Stephen Chung, AIA
Host CoolSpaces!
Angie Brooks, AIA
Brooks Scarpa
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Steve Dumez, AIA & partner of
Eskew + Dumez + Ripple
Named AIA’s 2014 Architecture Firm
of the Year
Others Presenting include:
Wendell Burnette & Susannah Drake
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2014 Convention Hotels
Omni Nashville Hotel - $236 per night
Hyatt Place Downtown – $189 per night
www.aiatn.org
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July 30 – August 1
Nashville, Tennessee
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