October 18, 2018
My name is Megan Pritts, Associate AIA, LEED AP BD+C, and I am EPiC.
I joined EPiC when I heard the group was forming and would support the National Design Services Act (NDSA). Joining as the Advocacy Director At-Large, I had the opportunity to learn more about legislative issues & action through the opportunities AIA NJ provided me. The more I participated, the more politically active I became both personally & professionally.
In addition, AIA NJ’s support of my growth led me to apply for the role of Regional Associates Director. I’ve had the opportunity to represent AIA NJ, meet representatives in my position from across the country & work through research as it relates to emerging professionals, which to my surprise, I have found the most rewarding.
Outside of AIA, I am an architectural designer & project manager for a multi-disciplinary design firm in Princeton and am pursuing the path to licensure.
By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in Associates, Emerging Professionals, Women in Architecture, Young Architects Forum | Tagged: #Associate, #diversity, #emergingprofessionals, #EmergingProfessionalsMonth, #EP, #equity, #Inclusion, #WIA, #womeninarchitecture, MeganPrittsAssociateAIA | Comments (0)
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