Annalee ShumCommunity Engagement Manager 206-957-1915 email@example.com (she/her) Seattle Design Festival production Community Engagement Events
Bray HaydenCommunications Manager 206-957-1916 firstname.lastname@example.org (she/her) PR + Media, Branding + Visual Identity, Websites, Co-promotions + Partnerships
Connor DescheemakerMember Engagement Manager 206-957-1914 email@example.com (he/him) Committee + Member Engagement, Allied Members + Member Firm benefits
Hayden FurmanekCommunications Coordinator 206-957-1918 firstname.lastname@example.org (she/her) Social Media, Enews
Kirsten SmithManager of Policy and Advocacy 206-957-1926 email@example.com (she/her) Local + State Advocacy, Public Policy
Kris KohlGraphic Designer 206-957-1917 firstname.lastname@example.org (he/him) Visual Identity, Branding
Kristen LoundAssociate Director, Growth & Operations 206-957-1913 email@example.com (he/him) AIA Seattle Sponsorships (CAP), Advertising on AIA Seattle Website + Enews
Lisa RichmondExecutive Director 206-957-1910 firstname.lastname@example.org (she/her) National, regional + local partnerships, AIA Seattle + Design in Public Board of Directors, General Feedback
Megan HarmonExhibit & Event Coordinator 206-957-1908 email@example.com (she/her) Contract Documents, Exhibits, Community Gallery
Zoe GuckenheimerProgram & Event Coordinator 206-957-1912 firstname.lastname@example.org (she/her) Program Registration + CE's,
Camilla NicholasInterim Development & Membership Liason 206-957-1911 email@example.com (she/her) Membership Dues, Job board Find An Architect
NFP PartnersFinance Managers 303.586.5011 firstname.lastname@example.org billing + payables
We are a small office of 11 highly collaborative team members that supports flexibility, creativity, and leadership. We are here because we all believe in what we’re doing and are excited by the prospect of helping our members make a difference in our city. All of us are involved in strategic planning and thinking about the future of the organization, and we value new ideas and perspectives that improve our work.
We actively seek applicants with a range of backgrounds, viewpoints and work styles. One of our organizational goals is to support industry-wide culture change, so that architecture and the allied professions actively attract and retain more people of color, women, and non-binary people. Through all our programs and processes, we are working to value and promote diversity. Our entire team has received training using the Intercultural Development Inventory, and we are a JUST-certified organization. We provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals.
Compensation and Benefits
AIA Seattle is committed to progressive and equitable compensation standards, including full-time employment as the primary basis of our workforce, and pay scale equity. We have completed our JUST certification, and commission a bi-annual compensation study to benchmark against other area non-profits. We provide generous benefits, including fully paid health and disability insurance, 401k match of 4%, a paid Orca pass, bonuses, professional development opportunities, and generous public holidays including the week between Christmas and New Year off. We respect work-life balance, and allow flexible work schedules and work from home as appropriate to the position. Most of us work from home on Mondays, when our office is closed to the public.