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About Us

 

AIA AUSTIN

AIA Austin is the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects. We are a professional association incorporated as an IRS 501(c)(6) not-for-profit corporation operating under the laws of the State of Texas in 1957. AIA Austin provides the architecture community with resources and relationships to make a difference through design. We open doors, provide connections, keep our members and the public informed, and demonstrate our commitment to great design as the key ingredient for livable, sustainable places.

The Tiny Victories design competition is a project of AIA Austin's designvoice committee, which enables the talent and voice of design professionals to serve areas of need in our community through collaboration, design and informational programs.

Competition Committee

Chairperson - Thomas C. Boes, Urban Foundry Architecture

Co-Chair - Sally Fly, Honorary AIA; AIA Austin

Member - Will Shepherd, AIA; REPMT

Member - Tina SchweigerAscend Marketing

Member - Grace Hall, McCray & Co.

Member -  Beau Frail, Associate AIA; Dick Clark + Associates

Advisor - Kevin Alter, Associate AIA; AlterStudio Architecture


MOBILE LOAVES & FISHES

Mobile Loaves & Fishes is a social outreach ministry that empowers communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless. Their mission to provide food and clothing and promote dignity to our homeless brothers and sisters in need is accomplished through our core programs: Community First!, ROADS Micro-Enterprise and our Truck Communities.

Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Inc. began in 1998 when five parishioners from Saint John Neumann Catholic Church in Austin, Texas began delivering meals out of the back of their minivans to men and women they found living on the streets of their city.