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AIA Honolulu The Honolulu Chapter of The American Institute of Architects

2017 Annual Report


Letter from Our 2018 President Aloha, As 2018 kicks into full gear, your AIA Honolulu board has fantastic energy and is highly motivated to continue the organization’s endless work for our membership. I look forward to continuing the great work of our past presidents, as well as our outgoing board members who have worked so hard to make AIA Honolulu an incredible professional organization. I firmly believe that what you put into AIA, you get out tenfold, and I encourage you to get involved and help continue to guide our organization to even greater heights. Our five-year strategic plan is in full swing and continues to produce results, as can be seen throughout our 2017 Annual Report. The Center for Architecture is now the proud home of AIA Honolulu, AIA Hawaii State Council and Hawaii Architectural Foundation (HAF). We are very excited about our newly formed relationship with HAF, as it allows us to collectively provide an even stronger voice to achieve our similar goals. We have a robust year of upcoming events planned, so keep reading our e-newsletter for information about what’s happening with your local chapter. I’m also excited to announce that in November, AIA Honolulu, in collaboration with the UH at Manoa School of Architecture and a large number of organizations from throughout Hawaii, will be hosting “Building Voices – Livable Cities and Communities”, a Hawaii Design Symposium coupled with the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region Leadership Summit, the 2018 AIA/CSI Pacific Building Trade Expo and the 2018 AIA Honolulu Design Awards. On behalf of your 2018 Board of Directors, we are truly grateful for your membership. Geoffrey Lewis, AIA 2018 AIA Honolulu President

Thanks to all of our hardworking volunteers, general membership, and staff, 2017

was another amazing year for AIA Honolulu. We saw continued success in our established programs and committees, and built the foundation for new and promising endeavors,

relationships, events, and programs. I was blessed to be a part of such an amazing board and surrounded by so many incredible people. Please enjoy this year’s annual report as a reflection to all that you do. Have a fantastic 2018! - Chris Hong, AIA, 2017 President

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AIA Honolulu MISSION

GOALS

AIA Honolulu empowers architects to excel and impact their practice, profession and community through design.

Elevate Public Awareness Communicate the value of architects and design through community and industry outreach.

VISION AIA members work together to build a better world for all people—through architecture.

American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter Center for Architecture 828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 100 Honolulu, HI 96813 phone: 808.628.7243 email: contact@aiahonolulu.org web:

www.aiahonolulu.org

facebook.com/aiahonolulu

twitter.com/aiahonolulu

Advocate for the Profession Elevate the role and influence of architects in our community; take a stand on important issues. Create/Expand Sharing of Knowledge & Expertise Empower members for relevancy and success.

AIA HONOLULU STAFF Abigail Spencer Mundell Executive Vice President Camilla Nicholas, Hon. Affiliate Assistant Director Pat Nohara Ho Administrative Specialist Henry G. Schneider, IV, Assoc. AIA PT Project Coordinator

Cover Image: Winner, 2017 Design Awards Award of Excellence Hawaii Community College, Palamanui Campus; Firm: Urban Works Inc

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2017-2022

Strategic Plan GOALS These four organizational goals are the pillars of AIA Honolulu

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IDENTITY:

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MEMBERS:

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ADVOCACY:

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ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY:

Driving Member Value and Engagement

Professional Development

Public Policy, Public Awareness and Alliances

Ensuring Continuing Excellence


STRATEGIES

The following implementation strategies support AIA Honolulu’s four organizational goals

IDENTITY:

MEMBERS:

Drive member value and engagement by boosting communication and outreach efforts and offering quality products, technology, and services that meet, anticipate, and exceed members’ expectations.

Provide roadmaps to career advancement and leadership by offering professional development opportunities and resources to members at all levels.

Driving Member Value and Engagement

Professional Development

• Develop a coordinated member communications campaign to articulate the value of AIA in Hawaii and nationally. • Increase access to the institute to enhance the overall experience for AIA Honolulu members and the public. • Promote awareness and mission of AIA Honolulu and the Center for Architecture in order to generate new and renewing Architect, Associate and Allied memberships. • Encourage individual members and firms to practice sustainable design and development principles.

• Develop targeted curricula to meet the budget and needs of our members and their various types and sizes of firms. • Provide mechanisms to encourage and enable members to access programs, share data and resources, and make connections with each other. • Nurture, train, mentor and develop students, new graduates, interns and emerging professionals as future chapter members and industry leaders. • Maximize the influence of the College of Fellows to benefit our organization and the professional development of our members and firms.

ADVOCACY:

ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY: ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY:

Elevate and advance the unified voice of our members and the industry by communicating our vital role as architects and the importance of design to policy makers, public officials and the public.

Maintain a commitment to ensuring the long-term health of the organization and increase sources of diverse funding.

Public Policy, Public Awareness and Alliances

• Empower members to advocate on behalf of their profession, firms and the collective membership of the organization by providing relevant information, thought leadership, grassroots training, and other tools. • In collaboration with AIA Hawaii State Council, develop or enhance targeted engagement with public agencies, boards, and elected officials. Provide members the resources and platforms to pursue sound public policy on critical issues that affect the architectural industry and the built environment. • Build industry alliances to increase collaboration and improve positioning. • Create a customized communications plan specific to articulating the value of architects and importance of design to the public, with key messages and strategies for our target audiences. • Raise awareness and share with the general public of trends and best practices in the industry and profession. • Increase the number of quality and favorable media hits. • Establish the Center for Architecture as the go-to venue on design that connects our profession to members and the community.

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Ensuring Continuing Excellence

• Foster a dynamic workplace dedicated to developing staff so they can reach their potential and advance the mission of the organization. • Create and implement a five-year organizational sponsorship and development plan. • Cultivate strategic partnerships and relationships to diversify and broaden the base of future members, stakeholders, and supporters. • Regularly review and analyze committees to ensure they are efficiently meeting the needs of our members. • Create a metric dashboard with key performance indicators to track organizational progress and provide standard reports to the Board of Directors and general membership. • Recruit, develop, and maintain a highly qualified and diverse Board and keep Board alumni engaged.

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IDENTITY:

Driving Member Value and Engagement

AIA Honolulu’s Membership grew in 2017! AIA Honolulu membership grew by more than 50 total members in 2017, as compared to 2016. This is a testament to the hard work of all of our committees and volunteers, bringing quality programming and events that appeal to our variety of members. Through the goals and strategies outlined in the 2017-2022 Strategic Plan, our aim is to not only grow our numbers, but the quality of support, services and programs we offer to our members.

2017 AIA Honolulu Members

859 AIA Honolulu Members

502 Architects

478 Architect Members in 2016

150 Associates

143 Associate Members in 2016

94 Member Emeritus 95 Member Emeritus in 2016

113 Local Allied Members 92 Local Allied Members in 2016

In 2017, the State of Hawaii recognized 1046 Licensed Architects who consider Hawaii as their primary location. While 2017 saw an increase in overall membership, with Architects, Associates and Allied members, there is still work to be done in order to bring more local architects and design professionals into our AIA Honolulu family.

AIA Honolulu and AIA Maui need your assistance to encourage our local architects to join AIA and take advantage of the many benefits membership has to offer.

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Membership in AIA Honolulu is vital to our organizational sustainability. With a

projected decline in baby boomer generation members, who currently make up the majority of our national membership, it is critical that that positive trajectory of AIA Honolulu is supported by the next generation of architects to sustain our local profession for future decades. 5

- Jason Takeuchi, AIA, 2016/2017 Board of Directors


Drive member value and engagement by boosting communication and outreach efforts and offering quality products, technology, and services that meet, anticipate, and exceed members’ expectations.

CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE The Center for Architecture presents an opportunity for the design community to connect and engage with professional affiliates, industry partners and the public in a dialogue, and give them a better understanding how design affects our lives every day. The Center is designed for flexibility and openness, is conveniently located and outfitted with the latest in audiovisual presentation equipment. Our space is open to members and the public and we welcome rentals!

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS TASK FORCE In 2017, as part of the Strategic Plan, AIA Honolulu Board of Directors approved the formation of the Marketing and Communications Task Force. The mission of this new task force is:

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member, community and public events

To provide advice and counsel to enhance the organization's website, newsletters, and other communication initiatives to improve the image of the architect and provide relevant and timely information to our membership, media and the public. The task force will focus on three primary areas: 1. Website & Database 2. Communications

Social Media, Newsletters, Other Communications

rentals

2017 total rental revenue

3. Special Programs

CFA Displays, Other initiatives as appropriate

In November, the Board approved a budget for the development of a new and improved website, and updated member database. In 2018 the new website and database will be rolled out, along with a number of other initiatives by the Task Force.

It is an honor to chair, along with Mark Tawara, Hon. Affiliate, this task force that will focus on honing and disseminating vital AIA messages and programs for the future.

- Nathan Saint Clare, AIA, 2017/18 Board of Directors

For more information about the Center for Architecture: contact@aiahonolulu.org 808.628.7243 6


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MEMBERS:

Professional Development

EMERGING PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE

Established in 2017, the Emerging Professionals Committee (EPC) was created for the next generation of leaders within AIA Honolulu, developing events and initiatives to serve the unique needs of these young professionals. The Mentorship Program, YAF, ARE Prep and UH Relations fall under the umbrella of the EPC. In 2018, the EPC will introduce the EP Leadership Program as part of its family of programming.

2017 YOUNG ARCHITECTS FORUM 3 Workshop Panel Discussions - Discussions relative to the needs of young architects. Continuing education in a focused environment. 1 Hard Hat Tour - First-hand look at what's happening in our industry. 6 Pau Hanas - Casual connections and networking with members at a similar career level. The 5x5x5 Mentorship Program is built on valuing individual members’ unique career paths, diverse backgrounds and personal aspirations. As a cohort and community of like-minded colleagues, the program engages members and sister organizations, even serving as a form of reverse mentorship for the mentors. The program has also gained traction at the national level, having influenced the development of similar programs in AIA components across the country.

2 Joint Events with FAIA, providing Fellows the opportunity to get to know young architects and foster relationships with the next generation of Architects in Hawaii.

Mahalo to our YAF Sponsor

YAF creates unique, fun opportunities for education

and networking for emerging professionals, expanding well beyond the AIA borders to include a number of related

industries. We're building long-lasting relationships with

future leaders of the Design Community in Hawaii!

- Kris Powers, AIA, 2016/17 Board of Directors

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Student Scholarships awarded

ARE Prep Sessions in 2017


Provide roadmaps to career advancement and leadership by offering professional development opportunities and resources to members at all levels.

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS

9 20 400+ meetings

speakers/panelists/guides

total attendees

NEW LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS

30 attendees joined us for

“Get The Job”

Practical tools and innovative strategies for getting more and better clients. presented by Howard Wolff, Full-Height Advice

February 21, 2017 “Integrated Design Technology & Collaboration” March 16, 2017 Site Tour of Keauhou Place May 18, 2017 "Multimodal Transportation in Urban Honolulu" June 15, 2017 “The Perfect Storm (Water) Rules” July 18, 2017 Introduction to the 2017-2022 AIA Honolulu Strategic Plan August 17, 2017 "Talk Story with the Mayor: Update on the City and County of Honolulu" September 21, 2017 "Ola Ka 'Ilima Artspace Lofts" November 16, 2017 "What We’re Talking About When We Talk About Built Environments" with UH School of Architecture December 14, 2017 "It's A Wrap!" Community Service Event

25 attendees joined us for

“How to Give A Presentation Tomorrow & Sleep Well Tonight” presented by Pam Chambers, Pam Chambers Consulting

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ADVOCACY:

Public Policy, Public Awareness and Alliances AIA-GCA COMMITTEE

In 2017, the Committee brought together members of AIA and GCA to learn about common topics of interest, develop a greater understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Architects and Contractors, and discuss how Architects and Contractors may better work together through the project processes. PRESENTATIONS: HART Maintenance Facility & Railway Tour 3-part series on “The Life of a Drawing – From Napkin Sketch to As-Built and Everything In-Between”.

HOUSING COMMITTEE In 2017 the AIA Honolulu Housing Committee was created to promote the development of safe, attractive, accessible, and affordable housing. It provides leadership, advocacy, and education to the profession and the public in matters related to housing design. The committee also focuses their efforts on affordability of housing in our local community and throughout Hawaii. The committee is made up of three primary pillars, which work independently but collaboratively. 1. (THINK) Research, Policy and Design Objective: To compile, analyze, and author content to promote innovation and progression of best practices. 2. (SHARE) Collaboration and Outreach Objective: To connect a multidisciplinary network of AIA members, sister organizations, design professionals, and the general public to foster shared responsibility, resources, information, and vision. 3. (ACT) Envision and Execute Objective: To implement research concepts and outreach feedback into built projects.

Grassroots is an exclu-

sive event for AIA leaders designed to help attendees become more effective chapter and civic leaders.

The AIA Honolulu Housing Committee blog was developed to post information on various housing related issues within our community. https://aiahousing.blogspot.com.

The FILM COMMITTEE fosters a forum for dialogue and discussion between industry professionals and the public. Through collaborations with sister organizations, the committee builds alliances and improves positioning for design professionals throughout our marketplace. PechaKucha w/ Honolulu Museum of Art: Promoting Architecture, Design and the Arts to 100+ attendees from multiple design-related industries; 10 presenters, 20x20 style presentations, live music, sponsors, prizes & great food. Films “Coast Modern” & “Making Space”: 40+ attendees, local and national relevance, thought-provoking panel discussions.

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M A H A LO Elevate and advance the unified voice of our members and the industry by communicating our vital role as architects and the importance of design to policy makers, public officials and the public.

to the organizations that collaborated with us in 2017 to create synergies and build relationships to benefit the Design community throughout Hawaii!

The AIA Hawaii State Council represents members of both AIA Honolulu and AIA Maui on matters of statewide interest, and provides assistance and advice to state, governmental and regulatory bodies regarding issues affecting the architecture profession in Hawaii and our built environment.

AIA Hawaii State Council 2017-18 Board of Directors President Louis Fung, AIA President-Elect Brent Tokita, AIA Secretary/Treasurer Daniel Chun, FAIA Directors (listed by Island) William Brizee, AIA (Oahu) Palmer Hafdahl, AIA (Kauai) Katie MacNeil, AIA (Oahu) James Niess, AIA (Maui) Shaun Roth, AIA (Hawaii) Kimbal Thompson, AIA (Oahu) Ex Officio Abigail Spencer Mundell, AIA Honolulu Jason DeMarco, AIA, IDP Coordinator To get involved with the AIA Hawaii State Council, contact AIA Honolulu.

2017 SHINNEN ENKAI

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teams

24,494 cans collected

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UH School of Architecture Alumni Assoc.

awards

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stories in local media

In February we celebrated the New Year and legislative session with construction industry leaders and public officials at the CICH Shinnen Enkai Celebration. A great way to learn about industry issues and meet with the Legislators driving them during the upcoming session.

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ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY: Ensuring Continuing Excellence

2017 FINANCIALS This past year, AIA Honolulu focused on the long-term growth of the organization, including shifting our financial priorities in order to build a strong foundation that supports all four of our Strategic Plan goals. We are proud to report that we ended the year slightly over our budget projection, with $7,059 in total revenue.

2017 Member Dues Professional Members - $148,812

$188,649

The Redmont Group

Associate Members - $10,148

(2016 associate members - $9,703)

Local Allied Members - $33,900 (2016 allied members - $27,600)

Less 2017 Regional Dues of $4,212

Thank You, 2017 Outgoing Board Members, for your integral role in helping shape the AIA Honolulu of today and into the future! Christopher Hong, AIA

(2016 professional members - $140,248)

2017 Revenue Member Dues - $188,649 Event Revenue - $71,048

$431,686

Pacific Building Trade Expo - $50,000

Kurt Mitchell, AIA

AIA Hawaii State Council Contract - $30,000

RIM Architects

Other Income - $91,989

Emile Alano, AIA

(sponsorships, rentals, other misc. income)

AHL

2016 Total Revenue - $401,377

Jason DeMarco, AIA WRNS Studio

2017 Expenses

Purnima McCutcheon, AIA Oceanwide Resort

Kris Powers, AIA Trinity ERD

Operations & Personnel - $220,211

$424,627

Event Expenses - $67,086 Occupancy - $68,490

Jason Takeuchi, AIA

Member Services - $31,067

Ferraro Choi And Associates, Ltd.

Management & Other Expenses - $37,773

Robbie Dingeman Honolulu Magazine

2016 Total Expenses - $382,561

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In 2017 my focus was on helping

support the emergence of the Housing

Committee as a forum to engage with policy discussions shaping our urban community. As

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2018 Treasurer, I will be focusing on generating AIA Hawaii Attendees at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Orlando, FL., April 27-29, 2017

the financial resources to develop and execute objectives identified across the plan. - Sean Baumes, AIA, 2018/19 Treasurer


Maintain a commitment to ensuring the long-term health of the organization and increase sources of diverse funding.

AIA HONOLULU COMMITTEES Our Committees and Task Forces are the foundations from which we position our chapter in the field of architecture through discussion, advocacy, policy making, events and other endeavors. In 2017, as part of the Strategic Plan, AIA Honolulu reviewed our committee structure and made changes to ensure that each efficiently meets the needs of all AIA Honolulu members. • Programs Committee • Architecture Month Committee • Emerging Professionals Committee • Architectural Registration Exam Prep Subcommittee • EP Leadership Program Subcommittee • Mentorship Program Subcommittee • Young Architects Forum (YAF) Subcommittee • UH Relations Subcommittee • Canstruction Committee • Design Awards Committee • Film Committee • AIA/GCA (General Contractors Association) Committee • General Membership Meeting (GMM) Committee • Housing Committee • Marketing & Communications Task Force • Pacific Building Trade Expo Seminar Subcommittee • Professional Development Committee • Regional & Urban Design Committee (RUDC) • Walking Tour Committee   For more information or to get involved, visit the new committees section of our website at aiahonolulu.org.

The Hawaii Architectural Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization that provides a tax-deductible way to fund community-focused activities that inspire people to discover why design matters in our island communities. In 2018, as part of the Strategic Plan, we will be researching the development of a formal relationship between the two organizations, which would benefit both AIA Honolulu and HAF in terms of advocacy and public awareness, but also help diversify and broaden our non-dues revenue sources in order to grow both organizations.

AIA Honolulu Member Elevated to Fellowship In 2017 the AIA Jury of Fellows elevated AIA Honolulu member Dwight Mitsunaga, FAIA, to its prestigious College of Fellows. AIA HAWAII COLLEGE OF FELLOWS (by year elevated)

Dwight Mitsunaga , FAIA Glenn E. Mason, FAIA Bettina Mehnert, FAIA Peter N. Vincent, FAIA Clark E. Llewellyn, FAIA Joseph J. Ferraro, FAIA Joyce M. Noe, FAIA Francis S. Oda, FAIA Randall K. Fujiki, FAIA Daniel G. Chun, FAIA Theodore E. Garduque, FAIA *Virginia B. Macdonald, FAIA Benjamin B. Lee, FAIA John M. Hara, FAIA *Anne Spencer Leineweber, FAIA *Evan D. Cruthers, FAIA Carol S. Sakata, FAIA *A. Bruce Etherington, FAIA Christopher J. Smith, FAIA Donald W.Y. Goo, FAIA *Arthur M. Weber, FAIA *Paul Duane Jones, FAIA *Kenneth F. Brown, FAIA *Hans Riecke, FAIA *Donald Douglas Chapman, FAIA George V. Whisenand, FAIA *Dennis T. Toyomura, FAIA *Charles Richard Sutton, FAIA *Leo S. Wou, FAIA *Geoffrey W. Fairfax, FAIA *Frank Slavsky, FAIA *Francis S. Haines, FAIA *Ernest H. Hara, FAIA Edward Sullam, FAIA *Gerald Lou Allison, FAIA *Kenneth W. Roehrig, FAIA *Cyril W. Lemmon, FAIA *Harry W. Seckel, FAIA *William Dickey Merrill, FAIA *Alfred Preis, FAIA *George James Wimberly, FAIA *Vladimir Ossipoff, FAIA *William Charles Furer, FAIA *Hart Wood, FAIA

2016 2015 2015 2014 2011 2008 2006 2004 2003 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1996 1994 1993 1990 1990 1988 1988 1986 1985 1985 1984 1984 1983 1980 1975 1974 1974 1972 1972 1972 1971 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1957 1956 1953 1948

Fellows living in Hawaii, but not at the time of their elevation *Elmer Botsai, FAIA Lawrence Chaffin, FAIA Daniel Friedman, FAIA Susan Lin, FAIA Dean Sakamoto, FAIA Raymond Yeh, FAIA

*deceased

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hile many of our initiatives each year fall within more than one of our Strategic Plan goals, our core annual events deserve special recognition for the many ways that they serve our organizational goals and member's needs.

2017

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IDENTITY

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MEMBERS

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ADVOCACY

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ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY

September 16, 2017

DESIGN

AWARDS

Building on our Past as we Design for our Future Held at the historic IBM Building in Ward Center, the 2017 AIA Honolulu Design Awards was an evening of celebration! The evening included professional and student winners, live music, great food, a look back at our organization’s history and, for the first time in our history, a predominately non-local jury of peers from a sister chapter, AIA Portland.

330 attendees

55

submissions

12

professional winners

10

student winners 13


AIA HONOLULU PRESENTS

A P R I L 2 0 17 A R C H I T E C T U R E M O N T H

Our Urban Fabric

Celebrating

DES IG N HONOLULU

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events

9

organizational collaborations

500+ attendees

230

exhibit booths

1960 attendees

28

seminars 14


MAHALO 2017 SPONSORS

Being a sponsor of AIA Honolulu gives Subaru Hawaii the opportunity to build a true

partnership with an organization that does outstanding work for architecture and industry professionals, who are transforming the profession and the community in which we live.

PLATINUM $2000+

- Susan Nakamura, Local Allied Member

GOLD

$1,000 - $1,999

SILVER

$500 - $999

BRONZE

$250 - $499

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Beachside Lighting • S.S. Builders, Inc. • Pacific Source CD Cullison Plumbing • InForm Design Clifford Planning and Architecture • JBA Construction Minatoishi Architects, Inc. • Next Design LLC • Robert Marcos, Inc. WhiteSpace ARCHITECTS • WCIT Architecture


AIA/GCA COMMITTEE Chair Troy Miyasato, AIA Chretien Macutay, AIA David Miyasaki, AIA ARE PREP SUB-COMMITTEE Co-Chair Jason DeMarco, AIA Co-Chair Todd Hassler, AIA BIG ISLAND ARCHITECTURE MONTH Terry Cisco, AIA Clem Lam, AIA Shaun Roth, AIA Zon Sullenberger, AIA CANSTRUCTION COMMITTEE Chair Reid Mizue, AIA Leo Bisarra, Jr., Assoc. AIA Leigh Ishida, AIA Kristin Nakagawa, AIA Danielle Mitchell, Assoc. AIA Jeff & Debra Pompadur, Allied Members Elyse Takashige, AIA DESIGN AWARDS COMMITTEE Chair Jason Takeuchi, AIA Chair Lorena Yamamoto, AIA Mayumi Dao, AIA John Fullmer, AIA Christopher Hong, AIA Steven Hong, AIA Benjamin Lee, FAIA Lorrin Matsunaga, AIA Kurt Mitchell, AIA Cathi Ho Schar, AIA EMERGING PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE Co-Chair Henry Schneider IV, Assoc. AIA Co-Chair Deirdre Stearns, AIA Matt Arakaki, AIA Reece Bonilla, Assoc. AIA Vanessa Cameron, AIA Juliann Chen, Assoc. AIA Jason DeMarco, AIA Tovah Elniski, Assoc. AIA Jesse Francisco, Assoc. AIA Todd Hassler, AIA Lance Hirai, AIA Stephanie Ing, Assoc. AIA Kevin Loo-Chan, Assoc. AIA Danielle Mitchell, Assoc. AIA Reid Mizue, AIA Patrick Muldoon, AIA

Kris Rasheed Powers, AIA Thomas Rudary, AIA Fabian Serkis, Allied Member Jessica Shimazu, Assoc. AIA Jason Takeuchi, AIA FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: NAVFAC & CORPS LIAISON Chair Glenn Murata, AIA FILM COMMITTEE, OAHU Co-Chair Mayumi Dao, AIA Co-Chair Jonathan Sim, AIA Leo Bisarra, Jr., Assoc. AIA Brian Chappel, AIA Bryan Fujiwara, Assoc. AIA Jonathan Lee, AIA Geoff Lewis, AIA Lorrin Matsunaga, AIA Phap Vu, Assoc. AIA Ina Wong, AIA Aki Yoshida, AIA Chad Zane, AIA GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS COMMITTEE Co-Chair Jennifer Harada-Okino, AIA Co-Chair Julie Lam, Assoc. AIA Kevin Nakamoto, Allied Member Henry Schneider, IV, Assoc. AIA Fabian Serkis, Allied Member Mark Tawara, Hon. Affiliate Kevin Wilcock, AIA Lorena Yamamoto, AIA HOUSING COMMITTEE Co-Chair Questor Lau AIA Co-Chair Kevin Wilcock, AIA Secretary Sean Baumes, AIA Matt Arakaki, AIA Leo Bisarra, Assoc. AIA John Condrey, AIA Mayumi Dao, AIA Jason DeMarco, AIA Richard Furst, AIA John Ida, AIA, Stephanie Ing, Assoc. AIA Julie Lam, Assoc. AIA Sally Maddock, AIA, Lorraine Minatoishi, AIA Kevin Miyamura, AIA Andrew Neuman, Assoc., AIA Deepak Neupane, AIA Hiram Pajo, AIA Jennifer Poepoe, AIA Dianna Scott Fabian Serkis, Allied Member Jessica Shimazu Assoc. AIA Jonathan Sim, AIA Christian Simafranca, Assoc. AIA Andrew Tang Ina Wong, AIA Russ Wozniak Johnny Wu, AIA Lorena Yamamoto, AIA Chad Zane, AIA MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS TASK FORCE Co-Chair Nathan Saint Clare, AIA Co-Chair Mark Tawara, Hon. Affiliate Austin Chun, Assoc. AIA Drew Henmi Fred Hong, AIA Tiffany Tabbal Kevin Wilcock, AIA Ina Wong, AIA MENTORSHIP PROGRAM SUB-COMMITTEE Chair Jason Takeuchi, AIA Emile Alano, AIA Christie Fong, AIA Nathan Saint Clare, AIA Jonathan Sim, AIA

PACIFIC BUILDING TRADE EXPO COMMITTEE (AIA Honolulu members) Co-Chair Bob Lazo, AIA Co-Chair Rick Myers, AIA Corinna Bailey, Allied Member Elena Brown, Assoc. AIA Greg Endo, Allied Member Larry Heim, Hon. Affiliate Reid Mizue, AIA PACIFIC BUILDING TRADE EXPO SEMINAR SUB-COMMITTEE Chair Reid Mizue, AIA Jason DeMarco, AIA John Fullmer, AIA Christopher Hong, AIA David Kaahaaina, AIA Vaness Ko, AIA Bob Lazo, AIA Mariel Moriwake, AIA Glenn Murata, AIA Stephen Nash, AIA Cathi Ho Schar, AIA Gail Suzuki-Jones, Assoc. AIA Mark Tawara, Hon. Affiliate PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES Jim Doyle, Allied Member Theodore Garduque, FAIA Kristin Nakagawa, AIA SCHOLARSHIPS COMMITTEE Chair Jennifer Harada-Okino, AIA WALKING TOURS COMMITTEE Ernie Endrina Brenda Lowrey, AIA Glenn Mason, FAIA Purnima McCutcheon, AIA Tonia Moy, AIA Ann Yoklavich, Assoc. AIA In special remembrance of our long-time Downtown Honolulu Walking Tour guide and AIA member, Frank Haines, FAIA YOUNG ARCHITECTS FORUM SUB-COMMITTEE Co-Chair Vanessa Cameron, AIA Co-Chair Kris Rasheed Powers, AIA

AIA HAWAII STATE COUNCIL VOLUNTEERS

MAHALO 2017 VOLUNTEERS

PROGRAMS COMMITTEE Co-Chair Christopher Hong, AIA Co-Chair Kurt Mitchell, AIA Sean Baumes, AIA Vanessa Cameron, AIA Mayumi Dao, AIA Jason DeMarco, AIA Joe Ferraro, FAIA Jennifer Harada-Okino, AIA Julie Lam, Assoc. AIA Questor Lau, AIA Bob Lazo, AIA Geoff Lewis, AIA Purnima McCutcheon, AIA David Miyasaki, AIA Troy Miyasato, AIA Reid Mizue, AIA Glenn Murata, AIA Rick Myers, AIA Kristin Nakagawa, AIA Kris Rasheed Powers, AIA Jim Reinhardt, AIA ME Shaun Roth, AIA Nathan Saint Clare, AIA Henry Schneider, IV, Assoc. AIA Jonathan Sim, AIA Jason Takeuchi, AIA Mark Tawara, Hon. Affiliate Kevin Wilcock, AIA Lorena Yamamoto, AIA

CODES COMMITTEE Chair Jim Reinhardt, AIA LICENSING & CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE (LCP) Co-Chair Jason DeMarco, AIA Co-Chair Jason Takeuchi, AIA Juliann Chen, Assoc. AIA Tony DeJesus, AIA Reid Mizue, AIA Jim Niess, AIA Joyce Noe, FAIA Kris Rasheed Powers, AIA Brent Tokita, AIA PRACTICE AND PROSPERITY COMMITTEE (P2) Chair Shaun Roth, AIA Bill Brizee, AIA John Fullmer, AIA Katie MacNeil, AIA Troy Miyasato, AIA Kimbal Thompson, AIA GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS CHAIR Daniel Chun, FAIA

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2018 AIA HONOLULU BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President Geoffrey Lewis, AIA

Geoffrey Lewis Architects

President-Elect Joseph Ferraro, FAIA

Ferraro Choi And Associates, Ltd.

Secretary Lorena Yamamoto, AIA

Roy K. Yamamoto Architect, Inc.

Treasurer Sean Baumes, AIA

THANK YOU

WCIT Architecture

Directors Daniel Friedman, FAIA

UH at Manoa School of Architecture

Joanna Griffith, AIA

WhiteSpace ARCHITECTS

Todd Hassler, AIA

Peter Vincent Architects

YOU design, build, and create the places and communities that this organization represents.

Nathan Saint Clare, AIA AHL

Jonathan Sim, AIA RIM Architects

Deirdre Stearns, AIA

Thank you for being part of AIA Honolulu!

AHL

Jennifer Toba-Davila, AIA Philpotts Interiors

Aki Yoshida, AIA

InForm Design, Inc.

Director - Hawaii Island Section Shane Kitchens, AIA Shane Kitchens Architect

Associate Director Henry Schneider, IV, Assoc. AIA J.A. Schmit – Architect

Public Directors Larry Heim, Hon. Affiliate HonBlue

Deborah Sharkey

Makana Communications

Ex Officio Abigail Spencer Mundell EVP, AIA Honolulu

AIA Honolulu

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