BRW is proud to congratulate Lisa W. Lamkin, FAIA on her elevation to the AIA National College of Fellows!
Ms. Lamkin is a Principal and Education Sector Leader at Brown Reynolds Watford Architects with more than thirty years of experience in architectural practice. Lisa is recognized for creating educational environments that transform communities and shape lives. Through practice, leadership and knowledge sharing, she demonstrates the capacity of architecture and architects to positively impact social infrastructure. Lisa has two decades of involvement with AIA Dallas, has served as chair of the AIA National Project Delivery Knowledge Community, and has led both local and regional chapters of the Association for Learning Environments.
According to the American Institute of Architects, only three percent of AIA’s more than 90,000 members have this distinction. The program was designed to promote those architects that have made a significant contribution to architecture and society.
Well deserved, Lisa!
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