AIA National President Shares Personal Thesis on the Role of AIA

Dan Hart, FAIA, PE is the Executive Vice President of Architecture, member of the Board of Directors and Principal with Parkhill, located in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Based in Austin, Dan has been the Texas Society of Architects President, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Strategic Council Moderator, Chair of the Public Outreach Committee and Co-chair of the COVID-19 Business Continuity Task Force. He is the national President of the AIA in 2022.

Dan was a dual degree graduate in architecture and civil engineering at Texas Tech University and went on to licensure as both architect and engineer. Dan has taught architectural engineering at Texas Tech University to senior level students.

Dan was the 2017 Texas Tech University College of Architecture Distinguished Alumnus and the founding President of the college's Design Leadership Alliance.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, AIA National President Shares Personal Thesis on the Role of AIA with Dan Hart.

Connect with Dan online at Parkhill and, find him on LinkedIn, or email him directly at [email protected].

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