Michelle Stotz, Assoc. AIA
Michelle lives and works in Washington, DC, and is a native Nebraska Cornhusker. She currently uses her architecture experience and education from the University of Nebraska to advise building owners on space utilization and energy consumption using data analytics at AtSite, Inc. Michelle’s involvement in the collateral architecture organizations began with the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) where she was the Midwest Quad Director in 2010 – 2011. She was a member of the AIA Center for Civic Leadership in 2012, was on the National Architecture Accrediting Board in 2012–2014, and was the 2015 Leadership Institute Content Coordinator at the National Hub in Washington, DC. Michelle is involved in her local Tenant Association, having recently completed a term as President. She is a member of two book clubs, enjoys walking through the neighborhoods of the nation’s capital, and has been known to design and build her own furniture.

Jamie Crawley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB
Jamie is a naturalized Texan originally from Montreal now residing in Austin. He leads HA Architecture, an emerging design studio, started in 2010 serving civic, commercial, residential and non-profit sectors. The Texas Society of Architects and AIA Dallas both have recognized him in the past as Associate Member of the Year and was a 2015 10 Under 10 Texas Architect Forum Design Honoree organized by AIA Dallas. Most recently, he served as the 2014-15 AIA National Young Architects Forum Regional Director representing Texas and as the San Antonio Venue Coordinator for the 2015 Leadership Institute. Currently a Board Member of the Austin Aztex Soccer Charity Foundation and Formerly a Visiting Assistant Architecture Professor, he remains an active advocate for youth development and for Architecture Emerging Professionals often lecturing on sustainability, design, social media and education. In his spare time he enjoys a good #coffeesketch, photography and for the past several years coaching his daughter’s soccer team.

The AIA Leadership Institute is supported by a team of over 75+ volunteers and speakers, made up of committees leaders, component leaders, firm leaders, and national AIA volunteers and staff. Without their shared enthusiasm for the topic of leadership, this program would not be. Special thanks to the AIA College of Fellows, the Center for Civic Leadership, the Young Architects Forum, the Small Firm Round Table, and the National Associates Committee. Sincere gratitude to the following 2016 team members:

James L. Yankopoulos, Assoc. AIA
Terran F. Wilson, Assoc. AIA
Kelsey Oesmann, Assoc. AIA
Paul T. Cline, AIA

Je'Nen M. Chastain, Assoc. AIA
David J. Crawley, AIA, LEED AP
Michelle A. Stotz, Assoc. AIA



Brian J. Frickie, AIA
Carlos Ruiz, Assoc. AIA
David J. Brotman, FAIA


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