Goody Clancy Principal Jean Carroon to Head Boston Society of Architects in 2019, Other BSA Officers Elected

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Jean Carroon (Photo: Goody Clancy website)

BOSTON— Jean Carroon FAIA, a Principal at Boston architectural firm of Goody Clancy, will head Boston Society of Architects in 2019. Established in 1867, the BSA/AIA today consists of nearly 4,500 members.

BSA also elected a new Board and governance committee leaders for 2019.

The BSA/AIA Board is composed of 24 members. Elections are held annually. The terms of all elected officers other than the President and First Vice-President/President-elect are three years. The terms for President and First Vice-President are one year.

Jean Carroon is a Principal, heading Design, Preservation and Sustainability at Goody Clancy.

Jean leads Goody Clancy’s preservation practice, focusing on the opportunities inherent in the stewardship and creative reuse of existing buildings to create a healthy resilient world. She leads a team dedicated to helping clients and the public connect historic legacies to current realities and future possibilities. Her approach combines a mastery of history and building technology with a commitment to transforming places – redefining their relevance, utility, and flexibility while sustaining and enhancing essential beauty and value. Jean has been responsible for the restoration or adaptive reuse of a dozen National Historic Landmark buildings. Her book “Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings” was published by Wiley in 2010.

She is a frequent speaker, teacher and advocate for creative building reuse and preservation. In 2014, the U. S. Green Building Council named her a LEED Fellow, reflecting her achievements as a LEED professional as well as her contributions to the green building community. Jean’s work and strong advocacy for creative preservation has been recognized through numerous awards, including the Clem Labine Award from Traditional Building, the Distinguished Artist Award from the St. Botolph Club Foundation, and the Paul E. Tsongas Profiles in Preservation Award from Preservation Massachusetts. She has served as Chair of the National AIA Historic Resources Advisory Group.

Jean’s current work includes reuse of historic buildings at the historic St Elizabeth’s campus in Washington DC for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and for the State of Vermont offices in Waterbury, and ongoing work at Trinity Church in the City of Boston. She holds B.A. and M. Arch. from University of Oregon.

The newly elected BSA Board members include (photos and bios courtesy of BSA):

Natasha Espada

1st Vice President/President-elect
Natasha Espada AIA

Natasha Espada AIA, LEED AP
Principal, STUDIO ENÉE architects

BSA/AIA member since 1998; Vice President for Membership, BSA/AIA Board of Directors, 2015-Present; BSA Equity, Diversity, Inclusion + Harassment (EDI+H) Task Force Co-Chair, 2018; BSA Future of Practice Task Force, 2016-Present, BSA AB Task Force, 2017-present; BSA/WID Mid-career Mentorship 2017; BSA Women Principals Group, 2009-present; BSA Nominating Committee, 2012-2014; BSA Honors & Awards Committee/Chair, 2008-2010; AIA Women Leadership Summit Boston Committee Member, 2017-present; AIA Colorado Design Awards Juror, 2016; Panelist, AIA Leadership Institute, Life as a Leader in Architecture, 2015; BSA Foundation-What the Sketch, 2015; Contributing writer for the AIA Architect’s Professional Primer (APP), 2014; Curator, BSA/WID Urban Intervention Exhibit, 2013; Co-author of Chapter for AIA Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice, 15th Edition, 2013; Panelist, WID Emerging Leaders Conference, 2013; BSA Small Firms/Small Projects Architecture Awards Juror, 2012; BSA Executive Director Search Committee, 2010-2011; Speaker, AIA Women’s Leadership Summit, Kansas City, 2011; BSA Interior Design Awards Juror, 2006; BSA Unbuilt Architecture Awards Juror, 2006; Member, Town of Needham Permanent Public Building Committee, 2012-present; ABX presenter 2006- present; Guest Critic at Harvard GSD, Northeastern, BAC, Roger Williams, and Endicott College; Adjunct Professor Northeastern University 2015-present

Andrea Love

VP for Advocacy
Andrea Love AIA

Andrea Love AIA
Principal/Director of Building Science, Payette

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2011; AIA Committee on the Environment Advisory Group member 2014-2016; AIA 2030 Working Group member 2013-present; Chair of AIA 2030 Working Group 2015-2016; AIA Seattle Design Awards Jury 2018; AIA Central States Design Awards Jury 2018; AIAS Crit Scholar Mentor 2018; USGBC Massachusetts Chapter Board of Director 2012-2018; Chair of USGBC Massachusetts Chapter 2017; City of Cambridge Net Zero Task Force member 2014-2015; USGBC LEED Fellow Evaluation Committee 2017; Education Seat of USGBC Chapter Steering Committee 2012-2015; USGBC Education Steering Committee 2014-2015; USGBC Nominating Working Group 2013-2014; Lecturer at MIT 2012-2016; Lecturer at Harvard GSD 2017-2018; 2012 Recipient of AIA Upjohn Research Grant; 2017 Recipient of AIA Young Architect Award

Sam Batchelor

VP for Membership
Sam Batchelor AIA

Sam Batchelor AIA
Partner, designLAB architects

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA Member since 2008; Editorial Board, Architecture Boston 2018-Present; BSA Nominating Committee 2016-1018; BSA Membership Committee 2013-2015; Board Member, Community Design Resource Center 2012-2018; Board President, Community Design Resource Center 2015-2016; Furniture Studio Instructor, Boston Architectural College 2005-2009; Founder and Director of MassArt Community/Build Studio 2009-Present; Partner at designLAB architects 2006-Present

Ellen Watts

Director-at-Large
Ellen Watts FAIA

Ellen Watts FAIA
Principal, Co-Founder at Architerra Inc.

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 1983; AIA College of Fellows member as of 2018; Massachusetts Zero Energy Building Advisory Council member since 2009; Boston-Copenhagen Learning Exchange co-leader, 2016; Tau Sigma Delta silver medal winner, 2016; AIAS Forum keynote presenter, 2016; International Boston Living with Water competition winner, 2015; Maine AIA COTE Awards juror 2015; AIA COTE Top Ten award co-designer, 2014; Boston-Hamburg Learning Exchange delegate, 2013; Massachusetts Governor’s Zero Net Energy Building Task Force co-chair, 2008-2009; AIA COTE Top Ten award co-designer, 2008; CREW Boston president, 2003-2004

Larry Chan

Fellows Representative
Larry Chan FAIA

Larry Chan FAIA
Former President & Co-Founder, Chan Krieger & Associates/Chan Krieger Sieniewicz

Professional Affiliations
Member, BSA Fellows Committee, 2007-present; BSA/AIA President 2010; BSA/AIA member since 1991; AIA member since 1981; Member, Dean’s Council, Wentworth College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management 2018-present; Lecturer, MIT Department of Architecture 2014; Member, BSLA Design Awards 2013; Visiting Professor, Wentworth Department of Architecture 2013; Member, Wentworth Design Professional Advisory Committee 2010-2013; Chair, BSA Nominating Committee 2011; Jury Chair, AIA New Jersey/AIA New York/AIA Pennsylvania Tri-State Design Awards 2011; Juror, AIA Pennsylvania Design Awards 2009; Juror, AIA Chicago Firm of the Year Award 2009; Juror, AIA Nebraska Design Awards 2009; Commissioner of Professional Practice, BSA Board of Directors, 2006-2008; Juror, AIA South Carolina Design Awards 2008; Juror, Design Competition to Save Paul Rudolph’s Riverview High School 2007; Chair, BSA Harleston Parker Medal Committee 2004/Juror, 2003; Juror, BSA Rotch Traveling Scholarship Competition 2003; Adjunct Professor, UMass Amherst 2002; Juror, AIA/AISC Innovative Design & Excellence in Architecture with Steel Awards 2001; Member, Brookline Comprehensive Plan Committee 2000-04; Juror, AIA Wisconsin Design Awards 1999; Member, BSA Urban Design Awards Committee 1994-96; Juror, BSA Unbuilt Architecture Awards 1995; Juror, BSA Student & Intern Exhibition for Young Architects 1994; Adjunct Professor, University of Arkansas 1992-93; Member, Growth Management Advisory Board, Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission, Montgomery County MD 1990-92; Curriculum Director & Co-Core Instructor, HGSD Career Discovery Program 1977

Ethics Committee

Ben Peterson
Director of Practice Instruction and Student Support, The Boston Architectural College.

Professional Affiliations
N/A

Racquel Davey

Honors & Awards Committee
Tacquel Davey AIA

Racquel Davey AIA
Project Manager, Workplace Strategist, Avison Young

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2014; AIAS at SAIC Chapter Secretary 2009-2011; Boston Common Committee Co-Chair 2011-2013; National Organization of Minority Architects Boston Chapter President 2014-2016; AIA Leadership Institute National Symposium Panelist — “Gender + Race in the Workplace” 2015; Harleston Parker Award Jury Member 2016; Springfield Girls’ Empowerment Summit Executive Board Member 2015-Present; Emerging Workplace Leaders Member 2018; NAIOP Developing Leader 2018

Mimi Love

Mimi Love
Principal, Utile Architecture & Planning

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA Member, AB Magazine Editorial Board 2011-2013, BSA Women In Design Jury 2010, Architecture Magazine R&D Awards Jury, 2014, Boston Preservation Alliance Board Member 2014-2016, Beaver Country Day School Capital Project Committee Member 2011- 2018, BCDS CPC Chair 2018-present and BCDS Board Member 2018-present.

Jess Garnitz

BSA Nominating Committee
Jess Garnitz

Jess Garnitz AIA
​Designer/Manager, Stantec Architecture

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA Member since 2011; Emerging Professionals Network Co-Chair 2012-2015; Competition Director reGEN Boston; Energizing Urban Housing; Women in Design Mid-Career Mentoring Committee Co-Chair 2016-Present; BSA Foundation Institutional Advancement Committee 2016-Present​

Emily Paparella

Emily Paparella AIA

Emily Paparella AIA
Vice President, Elkus Manfredi Architects

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2014; Founding Co-Chair, Women in Design Mid-Career Mentorship Program; CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Boston member since 2015, Founding Co-Chair, Development Project Management Group

Kate Bubriski

Membership Committee
Kate Bubriski

Kate Bubriski AIA
Director of Sustainability & Building Performance, Arrowstreet

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2010; AIA Design & Health Leadership Group 2018-2020; AIA MA Government Affairs Committee 2014-present; BSA COTE 2012-present; AIA Committee on Architecture For Education K-12 Subcommittee 2016-2017; BSA Committee For The Advancement of Sustainability 2012-2015; Recipient, AIA CAE Knowledge Net Scholarship 2016; USGBCMA Advocacy Chair 2014-2018; Sustainable Design Leaders Northeast Region Leader 2016-2018; Greenbuild Host Committee 2016-2017; Recipient, Architecture At Zero Merit Award 2018; Recipient, USGBCMA Charging Changer Award 2015

Jennifer Hardy

Jennifer Hardy AIA​
Associate, Leers Weinzapfel Associates

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2015; Chair, WiD Emerging Leaders, 2017-Present; MArch, Pratt Institute 2008

Danielle McDonough

Danielle McDonough AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Associate, Cambridge Seven Associates

Professional Affiliations
BSA/AIA member since 2014; AIAS National Vice President 2010; ASCA Student Director 2010-2011; AIA National Associates Committee 2010-2011; UIA Tokyo North American Student Representative 2011; AIA Michigan Student Director 2011-2012; NCARB IDP Committee 2011-2012; NAAB Accreditation Team Member 2008-2012; University of Michigan Architectural Representative Committee 2012; University of Michigan Educational Program Committee 2012; SmithGroup Scholar 2012; University of Michigan Graduate Student Instructor 2012-2013; Jason Pettigrew Scholarship Recipient 2015; BAC Studio Instructor, 2016-Present

Russel Feldman

AIA MA Board
Russel Feldman

Russel Feldman AIA
President, TBA Architects, Inc.

Professional Affiliations
Education B.A. (history) and B.Arch. Syracuse University; M.P.P. Harvard Kennedy School of Government; member of Government Affairs Committee since 1999, committee chair 2004-2008 and 2017; BSA/AIA delegate to AIA State Government Network; BSA/AIA designee to the Massachusetts Special Commission on Construction Reform; member of Massachusetts AIA board of directors 2002-2017; member, Boston Architectural College Board of Trustees 2002-2014, chair 2009-2014; member, BAC Faculty for longer than I’d like to admit; trustee and member of Executive Board, Historic Newton, former president; former member and chair, state Designer Selection Board.

The Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA/AIA) is committed to professional development for its members, advocacy on behalf of great design and, together with its sister organization, the BSA Foundation, sharing an appreciation for the built environment with the public at large. Established in 1867, the BSA/AIA today consists of nearly 4,500 members and produces content for an array of programs and publications, including ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX) and ArchitectureBoston magazine. A chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the BSA/AIA is a nonprofit, professional-service organization.