AIA Orlando has several working committees that provide a mutually beneficial experience. By joining a committee, you get involved in an area of personal interest, gain an outlet for things you are good at but may not have a chance to do in your work, build your professional network, create strategies to grow & develop the architecture & design community in Central Florida, meet new people & have fun interacting, brainstorming & working with others.
The committee groups benefit from your unique skills, fresh ideas & different points of view. Your input enriches the committee's work. The more people get involved, the greater our effectiveness & impact. Committee participation is a win-win!
Academy of Architecture for Health
Professionals working in the healthcare design field for professional development & education
Brian White, AIA
Arlenne Gil, AIA
Non-architect members with an interest in the architectural industry who support AIA Orlando by planning interesting events and programs for members.
Awards and Recognition
Architects, designers, & volunteers who coordinate & host AIA Orlando's Annual Excellence in Design Awards Gala
Anne Briggs, AIA, LEED AP
Equity Diversity & Inclusion
Supports and celebrates our members, employees, and partners regardless of national origin, language, race, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, religion, or socioeconomic status.
Dan Kirby, FAIA, FAICP, NOMA
Coordinates and hosts AIA Orlando’s Annual Golf and Mini-Golf Tournaments, which raise funds for scholarships and brings architects together with allied professionals and students.
Amy Neumann & Tim Johnson Co-Chairs
Strengthens the voice of the architectural profession through the engagement of legislators on issues that affect architects
Aranya Mom, AIA
Represents the interest of architecture in our communities though media relations with the opportunity for local media to promote architecture and design
Gary Scarboro, CAE
Young Architects Forum
Group of architects, design professionals & students who are interested in design, professional development, community & collaboration. Organized to address issues of particular importance to recently licensed architects.
Emily Anderson, AIA
Promotes increased membership in both the architectural community and the allied community & reviews and enhances benefits to all membership sectors
Themed Entertainment and Hospitality
Integrates the architectural professionals with themed entertainment and hospitality sectors and provides an interactive venue and knowledge-base for the exchange of ideas and new developments
John Dietz, AIA
Works collaboratively to plan quality lectures, events, tours, and continuing education seminars for AIA Orlando members and the community at large
Itzel Lozada, AIA,
LEED AP BD+C & Angelica Corredor
Women in Architecture
Develops and promotes female leaders within the architecture profession, with a focus on mentorship, licensure, and networking opportunities in architecture and the allied design and building industries.
OCAD Task Force
Develop and sustain the Orlando Center of Architecture and Design that celebrates Orlando as a center of innovation and creativity by engaging and inspiring the public toward implementing positive change.
Gary Scarboro, CAE