Q+ Staff Members Named to AIA Greater Columbia Executive Committee

Robyn Fisher (left) and Wendy Bertani have been named to the AIA Greater Columbia Executive Committee

Q+ Staff Members Named to AIA Greater Columbia Executive Committee

COLUMBIA, SC – The Greater Columbia Section of the American Institute of Architects has announced the election of its Board of Directors for the 2015 term. Two members of the Q+ staff, Robyn Fisher and Wendy Bertani, were among those honored as Board Members. Fisher will serve as President, and Bertani will serve as Vice-President/President Elect for the 2015 term.

The complete list of Board Members is as follows:

2015 Executive Committee:

President:  Robyn Fisher, AIA, LEED GA 

Vice-President/President-Elect:  Wendy Bertani, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP

Secretary:  Andrew Rogerson, AIA, LEED AP

Treasurer:  Tara Jerdan, AIA

Past President:  John Powell, AIA, LEED AP

 

2015 Board Members/Directors:                                                

Midlands Director:  Josh Boltinhouse, AIA, LEED AP

Board Members:  Tripp Riley, AIA; Coral Brandt, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP; David Sickinger, AIA, LEED AP; Josh Bucher, AIA; Hunter McKenzie, AIA; Brandon Rogers, Assoc. AIA; Ashley Colquhoun, Assoc. AIA

The AIA Greater Columbia Section is an all-volunteer organization which plans and hosts many events for the architecture and design community, as well as the general public.  The members regularly participate in membership meetings, continuing education courses, mentoring programs, and social and charity events.  This year, two board members will represent the chapter at the AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference in Washington, DC.  The section will host the annual Kids in Architecture Day in partnership with the Columbia Museum of Art.  AIA Greater Columbia will offer a scholarship program to Clemson University School of Architecture students competing in the annual Solar Decathlon.  The section also regularly teams with other local professional and design related organizations to promote interaction between the design-related disciplines.

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