College of Fellows elevates Raymond Beeler, FAIA from the Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter in the category - Led the Institute. He joins a distinguished group of FAIA members from our chapter
Russell A. Davidson, FAIA
Richard E. Kaeyer, FAIA
Carol J. Weissman Kurth, FAIA
Laszlo Papp, FAIA
James W. Rhodes, FAIA
Bill Rose, FAIA
Jonathan N. Stark, FAIA
John P. Sullivan, FAIA
Ray is a past president of AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley and AIA New York State. He is currently the chair for AIA Westchester + Hudson Valleys K-12 program.
Led the Institute, or a related organization
"To coordinate the building industry, and the profession of architecture."
Fellowship in this category is granted to architects who have actively, efficiently, and cooperatively led the Institute or a related professional organization over a sustained period of time and have gained widespread recognition for the results of their work.
AIA Fellows are recognized with the AIA’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society.
Architects who have made significant contributions to the profession and society and who exemplify architectural excellence can become a member of the AIA College of Fellows. Only 3 percent of the AIA members have this distinction.
Mary P. Cox, FAIA, Chair, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
Peter Bardwell, FAIA, Bardwell + Associates, LLC, Columbus, Ohio
Mary A. Burke, FAIA, Burke Design & Architecture PLLC, New York City
Philip Castillo, FAIA, Jahn, Chicago
Mary Johnston, FAIA, Johnston Architects, LLC, Seattle
Paul Mankins, FAIA, Substancearchitecture, Des Moines, Iowa
Nancy Rogo Trainer, FAIA, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
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