The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is elevating 88 member-architects to its College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the architecture profession.
The fellowship program was developed to elevate architects who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level. Prospective candidates must have at least 10 years of AIA membership and demonstrated influence in at least one of the following areas:
- Elevated the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession;
- Promoted the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training or practice;
- Coordinated the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA or other related professional organizations; or
- Advanced the living standards of people through an improved environment.
Fellows are selected by a seven-member Jury of Fellows. This year’s jury included Chair Steven Spurlock, FAIA, Quinn Evans Architects; Rainy Hamilton Jr., FAIA, Hamilton Anderson Associates; Lisa Lamkin, FAIA, Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc.; Rebecca Lewis, FAIA, DSGW Architects; RK Stewart, FAIA, RK Stewart Consultants; Allison Williams, FAIA, AGWms_studio and Anna Wu, FAIA, University of North Carolina.
The newly elevated members and their AIA component affiliations are listed below. For complete details and images, visit the fellows directory.
Michelle Mongeon Allen AIA Minnesota
Ricardo A. Alvarez-Diaz AIA Puerto Rico
Kjell M. Anderson AIA Washington Council
Alicia M. Belton AIA Minnesota
Glen E. Berry AIA Idaho
John P. Blood AIA Texas Society of Architects
Victor F. Body- Lawson AIA New York State
Carla Bonacci AIA New Jersey
Jason D. Boyer AIA Arizona
Craig D. Brandt AIA Illinois
Yanitza Brongers-Marrero AIA Ohio
Sarah M. Broughton AIA Colorado
Peter H. Brown AIA Minnesota
Lori A. Brown AIA New York State
Patrick J. Burke AIA New Jersey
Robert Busch AIA Ohio
Hans E. Butzer AIA Oklahoma
Margaret M. Carney AIA New York State
Michael T. Cetera AIA New York State
Abigail L. Clary AIA Illinois
Jonathan J. Cohn AIA New York State
Peter D. Cook AIA Washington D.C.
David T. Darling AIA California
Paul M. Dennehy AIA Texas Society of Architects
Ursula E. Emery Mc Clure AIA Louisiana
Marc W. Fairbrother AIA Washington D.C.
David J. Frey AIA California
Douglas J. Gallow Jr. AIA Ohio
Gregory R. Gidez AIA Colorado
Amy E. Gilbertson AIA Missouri
Kurt W. Haapala AIA Oregon
Jeffrey J. Hausman AIA Michigan
D. Michael Hellinghausen AIA Texas Society of Architects
Milton E. Hime AIA Texas Society of Architects
Anne Holford-Smith AIA New York State
Kathryn L. Horne AIA North Carolina
Eric Howeler AIA Massachusetts
Keelan P. Kaiser AIA California
Nathan F. Knutson AIA Minnesota
Steven A. Kordalski AIA Ohio
Angela Lee Unassigned
Roger K. Leib AIA California
Britt Lindberg AIA California
Gregory A. Luhan AIA Kentucky
Kenneth H. Luker AIA North Carolina
Paul L. Macheske AIA Florida
Kevin B. Miller AIA Utah
Kiel K. Moe AIA Vermont
Dorian A. Moore AIA Michigan
William S. Mullane AIA Texas Society of Architects
Robert M. Noblett AIA Massachusetts
Sam E. Nunes AIA California
Stephen C. Pickard AIA Texas Society of Architects
Anthony C. Poon AIA California
Steven H. Rajninger AIA California
Robin R. Randall AIA Illinois
Ignacio J. Reyes AIA Florida
Eric M. Roberts AIA Nevada
J. Lee Rofkind AIA International Chapters and US Territories
Daniel K. Rothschild AIA Pennsylvania
Michael T. Roush AIA California
Mark J. Ryan AIA Arizona
Mark Schendel AIA Illinois
Joanna Schmickel AIA Washington D.C.
Lawrence J. Schnuck AIA Wisconsin
Steven C. Schultz AIA Texas Society of Architects
Theresa Sheils AIA Washington D.C.
Keith A. Simon AIA Texas Society of Architects
Julie M. Skolnicki AIA Washington D.C.
Charles T. Smith AIA Illinois
Stephen A. Smith AIA Missouri
Michael J. Smith AIA California
Randy M. Sovich AIA Maryland
Ron M. Stelmarski AIA Texas Society of Architects
Tod R. Stevens AIA Michigan
Winifred A. Stopps AIA Massachusetts
Mark E. Trier AIA Kentucky
Jodi L. van der Wiel AIA Ohio
Tania L. Van Herle AIA California
Randall C. Vaughn AIA Kentucky
Benjamin Waechter AIA Oregon
Alexander B. White AIA Indiana
Sarah J. Woodhead AIA Washington D.C.
James W. Woolum AIA California
Kimberly K. Yao AIA New York State
Albert F. Zaccone AIA New Jersey
Stas Zakrzewski AIA New York State
Willy L. Zambrano AIA New York State
The AIA Honorary Fellowship program honors international architects for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society on an international level. Two honorary fellows are being elevated this year by the 2022 Jury of Honorary Fellows. This year’s honorary fellows are:
Waro Kishi Japan
Laurent J. Duport France
AIA Honorary Fellows are selected by a nine-member Jury of Fellows and Honorary Fellows. This year’s jury included Chair Jane Duncan, Hon. FAIA, Royal Institute of British Architects; James Atkins, FAIA, Atkins Consulting; Rainy Hamilton Jr., FAIA, Hamilton Anderson Associates; Lisa Lamkin, FAIA, Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc.; Rebecca Lewis, FAIA, DSGW Architects; Steven Spurlock, FAIA, Quinn Evans Architects; RK Stewart, FAIA, RK Stewart Consultants; Allison Williams, FAIA, AGWms_studio and Anna Wu, FAIA, University of North Carolina.
Founded in 1857, AIA consistently works to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Through more than 200 international, state and local chapters, AIA advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public wellbeing.
AIA provides members with tools and resources to assist them in their careers and business as well as engaging civic and government leaders and the public to find solutions to pressing issues facing our communities, institutions, nation, and world. Members adhere to a code of ethics and conduct to ensure the highest professional standards.