Arrowstreet is pleased to announce that Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA, has been elected as 2018-2020 At-large Director of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

This role will build upon Emily’s AIA leadership chairing the Equity and Future of Architecture Committee, Equity in Architecture Commission, Continuing Education Committee and serving as a member of the Culture Collective and Young Architects Forum.

“The AIA is a tremendous organization that enables architects to come together and form a collective voice that advocates for the impactful designs that enhance communities,” said Emily Grandstaff-Rice. “I am honored to have been elected AIA At-large Director. I am hitting the ground running, applying my passion for architecture and experiences at Arrowstreet, to help advance the industry along with the other leading experts I have the pleasure of engaging with thanks to the AIA.”

Emily has served as the 2014 President of the Boston Society of Architects and was a member of their Board of Directors from 2009-2015. She received a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and as Master’s degree in Educational Technology from Harvard University.

Topics: education, equity, AIA, Honors and Awards