$45 for AIA NM members, $75 for non-members
Deadline for registration is by midnight, Wednesday, Dec. 7th.
In person at -
Associated Contractors of NM, 6135 Edith NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107
By webinar in Santa Fe -
AIA Santa Fe Office, 444 Galisteo St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
By webinar in Las Cruces -
ASA Architects, 201 N. Alameda, Las Cruces, NM 88004
Join us for a presentation and roundtable discussion from three different vantage points on why architects have a unique and powerful voice.
• J.D. Bullington, AIA NM Lobbyist, will discuss the current state issues affecting New Mexico in the upcoming 60-day session, as well as the impact of the recent election on state policies;
• Michaele Pride, AIA, NOMA, professor of Architecture at UNM SA+P and Associate Dean for Public Outreach and Engagement, will describe the positive effect that advocacy can have on our communities and how we can strengthen our voice;
• Trey Wheeler, AIA, NCARB, President of AIA Tennessee and partner in Cogent Design in Chattanooga, will discuss the importance of developing an advocacy infrastructure that is resilient and scalable for all levels of government. He will also look at the potential benefits of setting up a Political Action Committee (PAC).