I Am AIA:
Ron Rochon FAIAExpand
Ron received his Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from the UW in 1991, and his Master of Architecture from UW in 1994. Prior to joining the Miller Hull Partnership, Ron worked at Cardwell Thomas & Associates. Ron became a partner at Miller Hull in 2008, and currently serves as its managing partner. He is currently the president of the UW Department of Architecture Professionals Advisory Council, and immediate past president of the Board of Trustees of ARCADE.
Why did you join AIA Seattle?
Being involved in our industry and community of architects has always been a big part of the culture of our firm, so the decision was a no-brainer.
What is the value of AIA to you?
For me, the greatest value of being a member of AIA is the network that I am part of. There is so much to learn from our peers.
How do you want AIA Seattle to impact our city?
I would like to see AIA leading the conversation about what great design of our built environment means, and be a go-to resource for policy makers.