June 30, 2020Reading Time: < 1 minute
THURSDAY | JULY 9 | 6:30 PM
AIA WEST JERSEY LIVE WEBINAR 1.5 LU/HSW
“The Civic Architect Panel Discussion”
SESSION SUMMARY: If you have ever been interested in becoming more civically involved as an architect in your community this panel discussion will let you know what it’s like, what the personal and professional benefits are, how to get involved and much more. Panelists have backgrounds on local municipal councils, local planning and zoning boards, and historic commissions. The discussion will start with some prepared questions but will be opened up to attendee participation so please come prepared with your questions for the panel.
Brad Barker, AIA, Vice-Chair of the Medford Lakes Historic Commission
Simone Tsigounis, AIA, former Councilwoman in Cresskill, NJ, currently running for Freeholder seat in Bergen County
William J. Martin, AIA, member of Westwood, NJ Planning Board, Chair of Westwood Zoning Board of Adjustments, member of Closter Historic Preservation Commission & member of Bergen County Historic Preservation Advisory Board
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By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in AIA West Jersey, Members & the Community | Tagged: #AIAWestJersey, #ALNNJ, #BradBarkerAIA, #CivicArchitect, #Civicengagement, #CommunityService, #SimoneTsigounisAIA, #WilliamMartinAIA | Comments (0)
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