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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Seattle Architecture Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation governed by a Board of Directors.

OFFICERS

President — Crystal Loya, Associate, Mithun
Vice President — Dave Rauma, Project Executive, Howard S. Wright Construction
Secretary — Pamela Trevithick, Principal, LMN Architects
Treasurer – Reeve Elliott, Associate Principal, Seneca Group
Immediate Past President — Casey Schuchart, Partner & President, Schuchart Corporation

DIRECTORS

Grant Buckingham, Principal, DCI Engineers
Brian Carter, President & CEO, Integrus Architecture
David Chamness, Associate Vice-President, CallisonRTKL
Emily Dahl, Attorney, Cairncross & Hempelmann
Seth Ely, Senior Lighting Designer, Stantec
Noelle Galicia, Associate, Weber Thompson
Jim Gregson, Principal, Vice President, Account Executive, Parker, Smith & Feek
Peter Krech, Principal, Graphite Design Group
Michelle Lanker, Director, Katerra
Jason Morse, Principal, Morse Landscape Architecture
Jim Nuerenberg, Structural Engineer/Project Manager, Community Volunteer
Haruka Saito, Principal, ZGF
Kris Salerno, Project Manager, Turner Construction
Rick Workman, Principal, WG Clark Construction

ADDRESS

Center for Architecture and Design
1010 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206.667.9184

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This photo is from the Seattle Central Library by Alice Hammond.

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