Podcast by AIA Georgia
2018 Secretary of State Forum10/07/2018 Duración: 56min
AIA Georgia and AIA Atlanta joined forces to host a special forum and breakfast with the candidates from Georgia’s Secretary of State race—an election that will profoundly affect the architecture profession. AIA Georgia President and NCARB Architect Licensing Advisor Kathryn Bedette, AIA served as moderator with introductions by Equity in Architecture's Ann Rogers. The Georgia Primary on May 22, resulted in former U.S. Congressman John Barrow securing the Democratic nomination, while Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle (Alpharetta) and State Representative Brad Raffensberger (Johns Creek) will have a runoff on July 24, for the Republican nomination. All made themselves available for the forum on June 28th.
EQiA Equity Toolkit Panel30/10/2017 Duración: 01h44min
Equity in Architecture (EQiA) met at the Ellis Hotel in downtown Atlanta on October 19, 2017 to hear from AIA National’s Diversity + Inclusion team and a panel of dynamic women on creating a diverse workplace with equitable practices, that improves firm culture for all in the field
Vision for Atlanta 201710/05/2017 Duración: 01h41min
Vision for Atlanta is an annual panel discussion that unites the city’s leading experts on community, planning and real estate development. Moderated by award-winning journalist Maria Saporta, the 2017 panel will comprise candidates from Atlanta’s 2017 mayoral race. The program highlights the opportunities and challenges for revitalizing communities, creating innovative affordable housing and developing high-quality projects around Atlanta, as well as the designs that lead to success.
Executing Effective Public Relations Campaigns23/03/2017 Duración: 50min
Executing Effective Public Relations Campaigns by AIA Georgia
Visions For Atlanta 201625/04/2016 Duración: 01h42min
AIA Atlanta hosted the Vision for Atlanta 2016 panel discussion bringing together some of Atlanta’s leading experts on community, planning and real estate development. Vision for Atlanta highlights the opportunities and challenges for revitalizing communities, creating innovative affordable housing and developing high-quality projects around Atlanta, as well as the designs that lead to success. This year's panel was moderated by Creative Loafing editor Thomas Wheatley, with the panel featuring prominent local leaders including Tim Keane, Mary Norwood, Dawn Luke and Egbert Perry.
Georgia Building Code Development Update - Feb 26, 201603/03/2016 Duración: 11min
A new Georgia Building Codes Update from Ryan Taylor. Join him for a webinar March 18th, 2016! Find more info at https://www.aiaga.org/building-codes-licensing/
WEBINAR Grassroots Advocacy And Current Georgia Legislation15/02/2016 Duración: 29min
In conjunction with AIA Georgia's 2016 Day at the Capitol ((FEB 18th)), Don Bolia and Laura Norton of Peachtree Government Affairs will share on three main topics: - What is Grassroots Advocacy - Current Legislation affecting architects and the Design-Build Community - How to easily get involved and make a difference.
Building Codes with Ryan Taylor, AIA27/10/2015 Duración: 15min
UPDATE: Ryan Taylor attended the AIA Georgia Board Meeting on October 27, 2015. Ryan is the current Secretary of the State Codes Advisory Committee in Georgia. He has worked with the International Code Council (ICC) and the Building Officials Association of Georgia (BOAG). Find more info at https://www.aiaga.org/building-codes-licensing/
Secretary of State, Brian Kemp Event 10/13/1515/10/2015 Duración: 37min
AIA Georgia and AIA Atlanta hosted a meet and greet with Secretary of State, Brian Kemp at the AIA Atlanta offices on October 13, 2015.