Myer Harrell AIA

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Myer’s work as a Principal/Director of Sustainability at Weber Thompson is primarily in urban mid-rise, mixed-use multifamily and commercial office projects with ambitious environmental goals. He was named the AIA Seattle Young Architect 2011, and has been active in the local community through volunteer work on various boards and committees. He has co-instructed architecture studios at the UW, and is an engaged member of the Greenbuild Program Working Group.
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Peggy Heim AIA

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Peggy Heim, AIA is a project manager at Nicholson Kovalchick Architects with over 10 years of architecture experience. Her design projects have ranged in type including market rate and affordable housing, cohousing, community, senior, and commercial projects for clients in the public and private sectors. After earning her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Minnesota and Masters of Architecture from UW. Read more

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Dan Miles AIA

Daniel L. Miles AIA joined Bassetti Architects in 2010 and rose to the role of Principal in 2013. Dan received a BArch from the Univ. of Oregon, Magna Cum Laude. Since then, he has acquired extensive experience in the planning, design, and construction of major public and private educational facilities, religious institutions, historic buildings, and golf course facilities and clubhouses. Read more

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Sidney Scarboro AIA

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One of the original Principals who founded Gensler’s Seattle office, Sidney describes herself as “a design integrator.” Sidney translates the diverse needs and personalities of her clients into built environments that promote success for their organizations. She was an integral part of the Seattle 2015 AIA Women’s Leadership Summit committee, promoting sponsorship for the event. She holds a BArch from WSU, and currently sits on the WSU Advisory Board for the School of Architecture. Read more

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Tom Marseille

Tom Marseille, P.E., Hon AIA, LEED BD + C, is Managing Principal Consultant for Integral Group in Seattle where his passion is to deliver creative high performance sustainable building solutions to clients that are practical, maintainable, healthy, resilient, future ready and resource-responsible. An author of numerous published papers, award winning engineering practitioner, LEED Fellow and frequent speaker, he strives always to bring servant leadership to his firm and the larger professional community. Read more

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David Fish AIA

I became a licensed architect in 2013 and began working at Perkins + Will in 2014. I am so fortunate to be a part of three buildings in our office pursuing DPD’s Living Building Pilot Program, one of which I am managing. It is my pleasure to be a part of attempting to bring such a far-reaching program into a market-rate situation and to a set of developers that are positioned to be leaders in the pursuit of sustainability. This makes me proud.
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Ted Caloger AIA

Ted graduated from UW with a Bachelor’s of Architecture. Ted’s main focus has been in the private sector and in the commercial market, including office, civic, hospitality and residential projects. Ted has been active in NAIOP, the UW PAC and the UW Construction Management Capstone program. Read more

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Marisa Hagney Assoc. AIA

Marisa graduated with her B.S. in Architectural Studies from Washington State University. Project management and big-picture thinking while working in the Facilities + Engineering Department at EMP Museum contribute to Marisa’s enthusiasm to be a part of the Living Building Challenge Team at the International Living Future Institute. Co-chairing the AIA Urban Design Forum keeps Marisa enlightened by its members and at the forefront of Seattle current design events and trends. Read more

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Christine Scharrer AIA

Christine Scharrer is the Owner/Principal Architect at Scharrer Architecture and Design. She has built a career focusing on agency and public clients and her primary goal is to provide thoughtful, clear, and constructible design solutions for a variety of clients. Christine was the co-founder of the AIA Seattle Women in Design Committee, and she is passionate about promoting women in architecture and equity in the profession.
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Ron Rochon FAIA

Ron received his Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from the UW in 1991, and his Master of Architecture from UW in 1994. Prior to joining the Miller Hull Partnership, Ron worked at Cardwell Thomas & Associates. Ron became a partner at Miller Hull in 2008, and currently serves as its managing partner. He is currently the president of the UW Department of Architecture Professionals Advisory Council, and immediate past president of the Board of Trustees of ARCADE. Read more

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Sam Miller FAIA

Sam Miller is a Partner at LMN Architects where his work encompasses a diversity of civic, education and cultural projects. He has led many of the firm’s most prominent projects. In addition he is a key leader of LMN Tech Studio, which performs research and development of design technology, including simulation, parametric modeling, digital fabrication and human/computer interaction. Read more

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J. Irons AIA

J. has had the great fortune to contribute to a great number of design teams, and most recently to the amazing boards and staff at AIA Seattle and Design in Public. J.’s aspiration is to leverage successful organizational management and an ability to leverage strategic vision to achieve change, relevance, and success. Read more

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Michael Mariano AIA

Mike left for Chicago in 1993 after graduating from the Washington State University School of Architecture. Returning home to Seattle in 1999, Mike worked with a local firm, while also acquiring a Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Development from the University of Washington prior to founding Schemata Workshop with partner in life and practice Grace H. Kim in 2004. Read more

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Mona Zellers Assoc. AIA

A Seattle native and the daughter of two local architects, Mona helped found the design collaborative Frankenstein Inc. and currently works at LMN Architects. She co-chaired the Seattle AIA Honor Awards Committee in 2013-2014, is a frequent guest juror at the University of Washington’s College of the Built Environment, serves on the Seattle AIA Board of Directors, and the Design in Public Board of Directors. Mona has won two Seattle AIA Honor Awards. Read more

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Don Rood

Don Rood is a founding partner of The Felt Hat, a strategic design office since 1994. A Northwest native and Cooper Union alumnus, Don is passionate about Design Thinking and its ability to 
transform brands, organizations and communities. Read more

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Dan Say

A Seattle native, I was born at Cabrini Hospital (no longer in existence), grew up on Beacon Hill, attended O’Dea High School, and obtained a BS in Civil Engineering in 1981 from Seattle University. In 1995, Gary Swenson, Paul Faget and I started Swenson Say Fagét. For the past 20 years, I have provided structural engineering solutions as well as led the firm’s business development efforts for a wide variety of clients and projects. Read more

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Brad Khouri AIA

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Bradley is the Principal and founder of b9 architects inc. He serves as on the Board of Directors for AIA Seattle’s Past President, is a member of the Seattle Planning Commission since October 2010, and participates as a guest juror and teaches Architectural Design studios at the University of Washington, College of Built Environments. Read more

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