FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ATLANTA -January 6, 2022 – AIA Georgia is pleased to announce the 2022 class of Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program (CKLDP). This competitive program aims to train and inspire the next generation of leaders in architecture through a series of eight sessions focused on such topics as political engagement, civic leadership and community engagement, business development, professional practice and equity, diversity and inclusion.
Please join us in welcoming the 2022 CKLDP class:
Namrata Dani, AIA | Rule Joy Trammell Rubio (RJTR)
Ben Dumas, AIA | The Beck Group
Madeline Gibbs, AIA | Goodwyn Mills Cawood, LLC
Dyesha Holmes, Assoc. AIA | Cooper Carry
Monica Maria Espia Magcalas, Assoc. AIA | Gensler
Trent McGugin, AIA | Perkins & Will
Mae Murphy, Assoc. AIA | The Beck Group
Janine Mwenja, AIA | David Baker Architects
Angela Olsen, Assoc AIA | POND
Deborah Lin Perez Centeno, Assoc. AIA | SK Collaborative
Jakiel Sanders, AIA, NOMA | Moody Nolan
Katherine A. Schuff, AIA | LS3P Associates
Shelly-Anne Tulia Scott, AIA | Moody Nolan
Laura Sherman, AIA | Smith Dalia Architects
Nathaniel (Nate) Perez Steinrueck, Assoc. AIA | Cove Tool
Raymond E. Stubblefield, Jr. AIA, NOMA | HKS Inc.
About Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program
Christopher Kelley, AIA was an active member of the Washington, D.C. architectural community. He was a respected leader within the Institute as well as within Gensler’s Washington office. Through his volunteer efforts, he participated and contributed to initiatives and programs centered on supporting emerging professionals. In 2010, Christopher was honored with the AIA Young Architects Award for which the jury stated, “Christopher has proven himself a young leader within and around the AIA, a real example for other young professionals.” After his sudden passing in 2012, this program was created by the D.C. AIA chapter to continue his legacy of leadership and activism.
Learn more about the Christopher Kelley Leadership Program at