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Nominations Due: Friday, September 23, 2022

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Who Qualifies for Nomination: AIA Members in good standing and able to attend regularly held board meetings are invited to nominate themselves for the AIA California Board of Directors.

Who Votes: Nominees are voted on by the AIA California Board of Directors. No member of the AIA CA Executive Committee shall engage in the endorsement, sponsorship, or nomination of any candidate for AIA CA or AIA office.

What Positions are Open:

1st Vice President/President Elect 

Vice President of Government Relations 

Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs 

Vice President of Education & Professional Development 

Vice President of CA CACE

AIA Young Architect Representative 

AIA CA Associate Director, South 

AIA CA Student Director, South 

AIA Strategic Councilor 

2023

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2024 

2023-2025

Important Dates

Friday, August 19, 2022 – Call for nominations posted
Friday, September 23, 2022 – Nominations due (all positions)
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 – List of Nominees posted on AIA CA website and Relevance newsletter
Friday, October 14, 2022 – Candidate materials due (photos, bios, philosophies)
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 – Publicity for confirmed candidates posted on AIA CA’s website and included in Relevance newsletter
Friday, November 18, 2022 – Additional nominations (if any) from the floor accepted during the AIA CA Annual Board of Directors Meeting

To facilitate receipt of nomination letters by the deadline, a copy may be submitted via email to: ssullivan@aiacalifornia.org with the original to follow by mail.

For complete requirements and important dates:

AIA California
AIA California
Celebrating over 75 years of service, the AIA California actively promotes the value of design and advocates for the architectural profession. AIA CA is an association of 11,000 dedicated and passionate members who share a commitment to design excellence and livability in California’s natural and built environments.

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