AIA Ohio uses the Ohio Architects’ PAC in a strategic way to support those statewide elected office holders who are identified as able to further advance our legislative priorities. Our donations are bi-partisan, and determined in consultation with AIA Ohio’s lobbyist. Targeted legislators include House and Senate leadership (both majority and minority), as well as members of committees that are hearing legislation that AIA Ohio wants to impact.

The Ohio Architects’ PAC is one tool that we use to advocate on your behalf for legislation that will improve the practice of architecture in Ohio. But we can’t do it without your support. It all begins with your contribution to the PAC. Please contribute below and help us become a stronger voice in Ohio’s rules and policy making process. Click here for a list of AIA Ohio PAC Frequently Asked Questions. 


Douglas Abbatiello, AIA
Nicole Baden, AIA
W. Daniel Bickerstaff II, AIA
Kate Brunswick, CAE, Hon. AIA
Michael Christoff, AIA
Halle Crouch, Assoc. AIA
James Cowan, Assoc. AIA
Hannah Evwaraye, AIA
Theodore Ferringer, AIA
Mary L. Glowacki, AIA
Bryan Greene, AIA
Denise Holt, AIA
Emily Little, AIA
Allison McKenzie, AIA
John Meegan, AIA
Sahvanna Morris, Assoc. AIA
Jonathan Morschl, Assoc. AIA
Marlene Mort, Assoc. AIA

Rebecca Nikolai, AIA
Nancy Odenweller
John Orsini, AIA
Jessica Phillips, Assoc. AIA
Karen Planet, AIA
Amber Price, AIA
Eric Pros, AIA
Philip Riazzi, AIA
Dave Robar, AIA
Arsenio Rodrigues, AIA
Bruce Sekanick, FAIA
Charlie Setterfield, AIA
Robert Siebenaller, AIA
Brian Spielvogel, AIA
Brian Stonelake , AIA
Greg Struna, AIA
Jane Treiber
Mike Vala, AIA