- June 22, 2022
FORT MYERS — The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida Southwest Chapter approved the 2019 board of directors at its annual meeting held recently at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs.
Officers are president Ryan Richards, principal, RG Architects; vice president Tyler Patak, partner, Parker/Mudgett/Smith Architects; treasurer Art Castellanos, president and CEO, PK Studios; and secretary, Wojciech Kuliki, president and CEO, PK Studios. Castellanos is also the immediate past president of the chapter, according to a statement.
“We look forward to strengthening our local chapter in 2019 through our commitment to the local community, continuing education\, and advocacy at the state and local level,” says Richards in the statement.
Chapter representatives are associate director Natali Garcia, project manager, RG Architects; state director Rick McCormack, president and principal architect, iNDIGO Architecture; and regional representative Joyce Owens, principal architect, Studio AJO. Serving as directors-at-large are Brad Schiffer, owner, Brad Schiffer, owner, TAXIS; David Corban, president, Corban Architecture; Miriam Hackett, project architect, South Florida Architecture; Stephanie McPherson, contract administrator, Studio +; and Neil Bourne, architect, RDG Planning & Design.
AIA Florida Southwest is a chapter of The American Institute of Architects, serving nearly 200 members and the communities of Charlotte, Glades, Hendry, Lee, and Collier counties.
From left, the 2019 AIA Florida Southwest Board of Directors Art Castellanos, Neil Bourne, Tyler Patak, Rick McCormack, Brad Shiffer, Stephanie McPherson, Joyce Owens, Ryan Richards, Wojciech Kuliki and Natali Garcia. Courtesy AIA FSW