James Walbridge Named to AIA College of Fellows
James has been a member of the AIA since 1995 and represents AIA Lincoln.
By Shive- Hattery
James Walbridge, Business Development in Lincoln/Omaha, keeps busy with his participation in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and surrounding community:
In February, AIA announced that James was elevated to the College of Fellows along with 101 other member-architects. James has been a member of the AIA since 1995 and represents AIA Lincoln.
Fellows are recognized with the AIA’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and significant contributions to architecture, the profession, and society. AIA Fellows exemplify architectural excellence – only 3% of AIA members have earned this distinction to be elevated to the College of Fellows.
This is the outcome of 25 years of leadership within the AIA on a local, regional and for the past twelve years, a national level.
His current volunteer leadership position is national Past-President/Ex-Officio for the Architects Foundation.
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