Established in 2004 to provide women in architecture, engineering, and the allied professions an opportunity to gather on a quarterly basis, NNW’s mission is to promote, expand, and encourage the role of women in the industry and to help retain top talent.
A relaxed, monthly social networking event where professionals passionate about the built community learn how to get more involved with AIA Atlanta and are made aware of upcoming educational events. Open to members, potential members, and allied professionals.
Started in 1989 by Rocky Rothschild, FAIA Cecil Alexander, FAIA and Sally Price; the idea was to gather the wealth of architectural knowledge from the “Old Guard” and find ways in which to share this invaluable experience through mentoring of the next generation of associates and new practitioners. Although retired, every SORTAA member is still interested in and concerned about design in Atlanta.
An annual party, the Atlanta Chapter of the AIA, the Atlanta Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBG), ASHRAE, IIDA, CSI, SMPS, and CMMA join forces for the largest networking event of the year to celebrate all things green and the year’s accomplishments. Allied members, the community, and all who are interested in architecture and design are welcome to join us for an evening of lively entertainment, dancing, and cocktails. Be sure to check back for details on the 2016 Red & Green Scene Party! Or, check out the Red & Green Scene website http://www.redandgreenscene.com/
If you enjoy golf and networking, do not let either of these opportunities pass you by. The AIA, SMPS, CMAA Annual Tournament is held jointly with our partners from the Society for Marketing Professional Services and the Management Society of America and is an excellent way to spend time with friends, colleagues, and industry leaders. The Faucett Tournament, also held annually, provides scholarship funds to architecture students. You do not have to be a scratch golfer to participate as all handicaps are welcome. Please join us for a good cause and a good time.
An increasingly influential voice promoting minority design professionals, there are both NOMA chapters in all parts of the country and NOMAS, or student chapters, on many college and university campuses. Join and let your voice be heard. Encouraging minorities to consider architecture and design as a career choice is a good move for us all.Link to:http://www.nomaatlanta.org/