Perkins+Will’s Director of Global Diversity, Gabrielle Bullock, and Principal Richard Miller have been appointed Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The AIA’s Fellowship recognizes members who have made significant contributions to architecture and society and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. The 2014 Fellows will be honored with a ceremony at the 2014 National AIA Convention.
Gabrielle oversees Perkins+Will’s firmwide Diversity Initiative. As a leader of global projects, she has an in-depth knowledge of the importance of diversity in advancing the architectural profession. Throughout her career, Gabrielle has been responsible for the strategic and financial leadership of Perkins+Will’s Los Angeles office. Gabrielle’s expertise is focused on the planning and management of large-scale facilities, guiding the projects from their conceptual and planning phases all the way through construction. She is recognized for expertly managing some of the most complex and program-intensive projects within the Los Angeles office including the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and the USC Zikha Neurogenetic Institute. Gabrielle is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). She has been inducted into the National Association of Women Business Owners’ (NAWBO) Leadership and Legacy Hall of Fame.
Richard serves as the Higher Education Market Sector Leader in the firm’s Dallas office. With more than 25 years of experience in all phases of higher education projects, Richard is instrumental in the planning and design of innovative and sustainable educational environments. Excelling in team environments, Richard brings a valuable perspective to clients assisting them with maximizing improvement opportunities through informed facility decisions. With an emphasis on consensus building, pre-design, planning services and project delivery, Richard offers innovative educational facility solutions that address challenges of our increasingly complex and global society. Richard attended the University of Texas at Austin where he earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree. He is an active member of the AIA Dallas and regularly presents on topics addressing creative planning solutions for the critical issues currently being faced by educators.
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