KIMBERLY DOWDELL ELECTED AIA’S 2024 PRESIDENT
ARCHCareersGuide.com wants to make sure you know Ms. Kimberly Dowdell, AIA. Why? Because she just made history. Recently, Ms. Dowdell was elected as the AIA 2023 First VP / 2024 President. And why is this historic – She will NOT be the first female president nor the first black president, but she will be the first black female president; that is historic
We are extremely excited about her tenure as AIA President; we were just as excited when she served at NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) President. We had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Dowdell more than a few years ago at a NOMA Conference in St. Louis. We attended the same session and sat adjacent to one another. We connected and have remained professional colleagues ever since.
To best learn about her, we encourage you to visit her personal website. Learn more about her candidacy and even connect to her candidate speeches.
American Institute of Architects
As shared by the AIA, “Delegates at the 2022 AIA Annual Meeting elected Kimberly Dowdell, AIA as 2023 First VP / 2024 President-elect. Ms. Dowdell will be the 100th President of the AIA.”
Further, “Ms. Dowdell, an AIA member since 2007, graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2006. She received a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University in 2015. Currently, she is the Marketing Principal at HOK Architects…
Black Enterprise – AIA elects Kimberly Dowdell as its 100th president and the first black female president
Read more to learn about Ms. Dowdell from Madame Architect
And, finally, continue to learn more about Ms. Dowdell from our own website.
From the above link, learn more about SEED – SEED (Social, Economic, Environmental Design), a network, a tool and a certification system created to address “Triple Bottom Line” issues during the development process.
We hope you will follow the leadership of Kimberly over the coming years during her tenure at the AIA.
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