Advocacy

AIA Austin directs ongoing advocacy efforts with the general community on the value of design and the work of architects. AIA Austin actively promotes and leverages the expertise of its members to influence and shape the designed environment, as well as policies and legislation affecting that environment. AIA Austin Board of Directors established the President’s Board Advocacy Committee in 2009 to focus specifically on efforts to best address both internal and external advocacy efforts. The President’s Board Advocacy Committee meets monthly to assist Chapter leadership, AIA committees, and our membership in coordinating consistent and systematic efforts to promote the expertise of our membership and identify audiences, venues, and mediums to communicate and advance the values of our organization.

President Luis Jauregui, AIA
Commissioner Stuart Sampley, AIA
Liaison - Residential Eric Rauser, AIA
Liaison - Commercial Michael Hsu, AIA

Liaison - CodeNEXT David Carroll, AIA
AIA Austin Executive Director Ingrid Spencer

For more information regarding current issues select one of the following categories.

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

CODENEXT

PLANNING

 

Have an issue that you would like to have our Advocacy team address? View the structure of our advocacy efforts here.

Recent letters from AIA Austin:

AIA Austin Big Jump

AIA Austin I35 Transformation

AIA Austin SCW APA Award

AIA Austin IRC

AIA Austin Every Place Counts

AIA Austin/Coalition Lobbying Resolution

 

 

 

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