Member of the Business Leaders Alliance 2013 to present
Member of the Cincinnati Nature Center’s (CNC) Facilities Committee (2012 – Present)
Member of the Cincinnati Nature Center’s Capital Campaign Cabinet (2014 – Present)
Member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Cincinnati Regional Chapter
Trustee of the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati (AFC) representing AIA Cincinnati 2010
AIA Cincinnati Chapter Advisory Committee 2011
Past President of the Cincinnati Chapter of the AIA 2010; President 2009; Vice President 2008; Treasurer 2007; Director 2005-2006
Panelist for the AIA Cincinnati’s September Chapter Meeting panel discussion titled “A Residential Dialogue” presented by the AIA Cincinnati Congress of Residential Architects (CORA), 2007
Co-presenter of presentation entitled “What to Look for in Best Practices for Residential Contractors” Congress of Residential Architects (CORA), Reinvention 2005, Coral Gables, FL December 2005
Presenter at AIA Cincinnati COTE panel discussion with IIDA titled “Going Green”, October 2005
Member of the Cincinnati AIA Congress of Residential Architecture Committee (2005– Present)
Member of the Hyde Park Business Association
Member of the AIA Cincinnati Urban Design Committee (2009 – Present)
Member of the AIA Advocacy Committee (2012 – Present)
Trustee, appointed by the Hyde Park Business Association, to the Hyde Park Neighborhood Improvement Corporation (HPNIC)
Board Member at large of the Cincinnati Neighborhood Business Districts United (CNBDU) representing Hyde Park
Member of the Hyde Park Environmental Quality-Urban Design (EQ-UD-4) review committee
Group Leader for the AIA 150 sustainability program “Greening the Gap”, a public workshop for the City of Cincinnati’s Fort Washington Way deck covers, convened at Paul Brown Stadium, August 4, 2007
Participated in a charrette for the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood on January 19, 2008, sponsored by the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Preservation Association, and AIA Cincinnati. The charrette highlighted design opportunities for in-fill projects within the historic neighborhood. Approximately 120 people attended.
Panelist representing AIA Cincinnati on the Green Development-Planning-Zoning Panel Discussion at the Green Homes Summit 2009, a joint event between AIA Cincinnati COTE, USGBC’s Residential Green Building Committee, and AIA Cincinnati’s Congress of Residential Architecture. October 20, 2009
Member of the planning committee for the Cincinnati Casino District Charrette held on February 20, 2010. This was an event for public input, comment and ideas that will help shape the new Cincinnati Casino district. The all day event was a joint venture between AIA Cincinnati, the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati (AFC), the Cincinnati Chapter of the USGBC, Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA), and the Cincinnati Chapter of ASHRAE, as well as the UC Niehoff Urban Studio.
One of eight firm leaders presenting as part of the AIA Cincinnati VISION Class entitled, “This I Believe” (2011– Present)
Moderator for the 2011 Cincinnati Sustainability Awards Forum presented by AIA Cincinnati’s Committee on the Environment (COTE). Moderating the Chapter meeting panel discussion with the three winners of the 2011 Cincinnati Sustainability Awards, February 21, 2012.
Board member (2013-2019) of Summer C.A.M.P. (Cincinnati Architectural Mentoring Program), a week-long Architectural studio camp at the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP to introduce the profession of Architecture to women and minorities who are rising 8th and 9th graders. CAMP’s goal to increase the number of minorities in the profession of Architecture. The camp is a collaboration between local Cincinnati and regional institutions, including the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Cincinnati Chapter, the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Midwest Region, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS), and the School of Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Cincinnati (UC).
One of six jurors who reviewed spring semester graduate thesis presentations at Miami University Department of Architecture and Interior Design 2015.
Panel Presenter for the profession of Architecture for Career Day at Summit Country Day Middle School, April 2015.
Member and chair of the Cincinnati Nature Center’s Committee on Trustees 2015.
Board Member of the Madeira Historic Preservation Committee, 2015.
Received the City of Madeira Community Service Pin for service to the community. “The reason Madeira is such a great community is because you and others have such a strong desire to make a difference. You give unselfishly of your time and talents without asking for anything in return. Most people are not aware of the contributions you make. But your efforts do contribute to the welfare and vitality of our community and are much appreciated by City Council” – Mike Steur, Mayor 2015
Co-presenter for “How a Project Moves Through an Architecture Office: The process of how an Architectural firm handles a residential project from the time the project is acquired, through the design process, and finally through construction,” presented to the freshman Professional Development class at the University of Cincinnati, DAAP School of Architecture, March 2016
Panelist Presenter for The Academy, AIA Cincinnati 2016 on “Change Movement: The Design Team’s Perspective”
Juror for the Master’s degree program, SEC Studio, Advanced Building Design, University of Cincinnati SAID, Summer Semester 2017
Awarded the AIA Ohio Presidential Citation for “continuous leadership and dedication to architecture, colleagues, students and the profession,” September 29, 2017
Juror and Panelist for the Farmer School of Business, Oxley Center for Business Leadership Inter-University Case Competition sponsored by Duke Energy, 2018
Issac & Oxley Inter-University Case Competition 2017-2018: “Marketing Energy Solutions to Millennial Consumers: Understanding Cost-Benefit Tradeoffs”, April 5-6, 2018
Cincinnati Nature Center Board Chair (2019-2020)
Member of the Hyde Park Community Council Zoning Committee (2017-Present)
Panelist for Urban Design Salon, AIA Cincinnati 2020, on Encouraging Equity in Practice
Panelist Presenter for AIA Cincinnati CRAN, February 2021 titled: ” The Architect as Self-Promoter: The Value of Entering Architectural Awards Contests.”
Panelist Presenter for AIA Cincinnati Advocacy Committee, March 2021 titled: “Citizen Architect Roundtable.”