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Diantha Korzun to be VT Representative to the AIA Strategic Council
AIA Vermont's Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Diantha Korzun, AIA of gbA Architecture and Planning in Montpelier, VT will be stepping into the role of AIA Strategic Councilor, representing the AIA Vermont chapter in this role. This two-year position will provide a variety of ways to engage with the challenges and opportunities facing the profession, from both the national and local perspectives. The Council advances the profession by informing the Board of Directors and other AIA bodies of important professional issues and opportunities. It is charged with identifying
Proposed AIAVT Bylaws Amendments for 2022
AIAVT is requesting that members review the changes proposed for the AIAVT bylaws, which can be found in this linked pdf. All proposed changes are highlighted in yellow.
These changes are due in part because AIA's Board of Directors voted to dissolve regions. AIAVT's Bylaws have been amended to remove references to the AIA New England regional organization. There is also the striking out of the requirement that, in order to have a quorum, a minimum of 30% of members must attend a Chapter meeting in person.
The bylaws will be approved by a vote of the members at the AIAVT 2021 Design
AIAVT's Board of Directors and Officers for 2022
Each year, as per AIAVT's bylaws, the list of nominated members of the Board of Directors, as well as the officers must be warned to the membership 30 days prior to the Annual Meeting, which will take place on December 9th, 2021. Please find the list of nominated board members and officers below.
AIAVT's Nominations for the 2022 Board of Directors:
President: Matt Bushey, AIA
Vice President: Eleanor D’Aponte, AIA
Treasurer: Marjorie Dickstein, AIA
Immediate Past President: Catherine Lange, AIA
Taryn Barrett, AIA
Tom Bursey, AIA
Nathalia Ellis, AIA
Jeff McBride, AIA
Scene Report: VT Firms Report Increased Work in 2021
VT Firms share how workload, supply chain issues, labor shortages and the risk of burnout are impacting their day to day