Sarah Broughton To Serve As President-Elect On 2022 AIA Colorado Board
ROWLAND+BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE / URBAN DESIGN / INTERIOR DESIGN PRINCIPAL SARAH BROUGHTON, AIA, NCIDQ, TO SERVE AS PRESIDENT–ELECT ON THE AIA COLORADO 2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ASPEN, CO — December 16, 2021 — Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design is thrilled to announce that firm Principal Sarah Broughton, AIA, NCIDQ, has been chosen to serve as President-Elect on the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado 2022 Board of Directors. Along with the entirety of the 11-member Board, the position was confirmed on December 8 during the AIA Colorado Annual Member Meeting.
The AIA Colorado Board of Directors oversees the affairs of the nonprofit and is responsible for setting the direction of the organization through governance, policy-making, and strategic planning.
“Following two years serving as AIA Colorado West Director, I am incredibly honored and grateful to be named President–Elect of the AIA Colorado 2022 Board of Directors,” Broughton notes about her new role. “Looking forward, I am motivated to continue to elevate the power of design and promote a vibrant practice culture. Together, channeling all that we as seasoned professionals and leaders have experienced during these most challenging times, we can far exceed what can be done individually. Congratulations to all the 2022 AIA Colorado Board members who are each so deserving of this recognition. It is sure to be a productive year of collaboration and continued thought leadership.”
The 2022 AIA Colorado Board of Directors
Wells Squier, AIA, President
Sarah Broughton, AIA, President-Elect
Rachael Johnson, AIA, Past President
Sheva Willoughby, AIA, Treasurer
Marc Swackhamer, Assoc. AIA, Secretary
Kari Lawson, Assoc. AIA, Associate Director
Ron Abo, AIA, At-Large Director
Julianne Scherer, AIA, Denver Director
James Childs, AIA, South Director
Scott Munn, AIA, West Director
Scott Rodwin, AIA, North Director
All terms are effective as of January 1, 2022.
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