Our 2022 Advocacy Accomplishments
AIA Philadelphia is committed to advocating at the local level to advance architecture and design, to lead on climate action, and to prioritize equity and justice. In order to ensure that all people benefit from the built environment, AIA Philadelphia has lobbied for more affordable housing, environmental justice, and public spaces and amentities that improve public health. Additionally, we work with elected officials and government agencies reduce the impact of climate change by advocating for energy efficient building practices, promoting renewable energy sources, and supporting green infrastructure. Through this commitment to advocacy, AIA Philadelphia is working to create a more equitable and sustainable built environment.
In 2022, AIA Philadelphia participated in advocating on the following issues:
We accomplish this work through our member leaders both on the Board of Directors and in our Committees. A special thanks to our leaders for this important work:
Kevin Malawski, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB, Karbon Architects, Board Director of Advocacy
Brian Smiley, AIA, CDT, LEED BD+C, HOK, President-Elect of AIA Philadelphia Board
David Hincher, AIA, LEED BD+C, Nelson, Board Director of Susintability and Preservation
Chris Stigler, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Blackney Hayes, Committee Chair of L&I Committee
Danielle Fleischmann, AIA, WELL AP, Committee Chair of the Committee on the Environment
Roshni Krishnan, WELL AP, Committee Chair of the Committee on the Environment
John Hawkins, Philadelphia Strategies
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