PORTLAND, Maine — The American Institute of Architects Maine (AIA Maine) announces a new board of directors, led by 2013 President Judy L. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C.
Johnson is a principal at Harriman and has been a member of the AIA Maine Board since 2008. Johnson’s strong management skills and long-term commitment to environmental and sustainability issues have guided her numerous design projects including: schools, medical facilities, and office buildings.
“I am excited to work with my fellow 2013 AIA Maine Board of Directors as we continue in the organization’s mission to promote the highest standards for design of Maine’s built environment,” she said in a press release.
Johnson will be joined by Executive Committee members: Vice President Robert C. Tilllotson, AIA of Oak Point Associates; Secretary John C. Charette, AIA of Charette Design; Treasurer John D. Morris II, AIA of John Morris Architects; and Immediate Past President Scott E. Brown, AIA of the Maine Department of Education.
In addition to the Executive Board, the AIA Maine Board of Directors includes: Stephen J. Blatt, AIA of Stephen Blatt Architects; Joseph Hemes, AIA of HEMESphere Design; Gunnar Hubbard, AIA of Thornton Tomasetti; Stephen B. Rich, AIA of WBRC; Scott R. Simons, AIA of Scott Simons Architects; Kathleen Stevens-Rosa, AIA of A4 Architects; James Jesse Thompson, AIA of Kaplan Thompson Architects; and Kimberly R. Tuttle, associate AIA of Maple Street Design Studio.
Since 1912, AIA Maine has promoted the highest standards for design of Maine’s built environment through public advocacy, volunteerism, educational programs, outreach events, and design awards competitions. AIA Maine members are more than 200 strong, represent every region of the state, and practice in firms ranging from one to more than 100 people. For further information visit www.aiamaine.org. To schedule an interview with AIA Maine’s President Judy Johnson, AIA, contact Jeannette Schram at 207.838.6313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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