Founded in 1954, AIA Savannah, the Savannah Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is a professional service organization serving our community as stewards of Savannah’s distinguished architectural heritage.
The chapter provides continuing education, political advocacy, networking, and leadership development. One of our guiding missions is to also raise public awareness of the work of architects and desisgners in our local communities.
Our diverse membership is composed of professionals from an array of backgrounds, including traditional firms, allied professional firms, retired professionals, universities, government centers, product showrooms, and manufacturing facilities: All working together to improve our profession and its contributions to our community.
Meet the AIA Savannah Board
James Gallucci, AIA
James Gallucci is an architect at Pantheon ADC. He holds a B.F.A. and Master of Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design and a B.S. in Management and Technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a LEED GA. James’s diverse portfolio includes projects for K-12 and higher education, hospitality, mixed-use, corporate office, industrial, and civic projects throughout the Savannah area.
Reshma Shah-Johnson, AIA
Reshma founded SHAH Architecture + Interiors in the fall of 2010. An Alumni of the University of Cincinnati, and spending nearly 20 years of practicing architecture and design in the Lowcountry, she began the firm in 2010 to address the need for a quality Interior Architecture to Architects and Interior Designers in the area. Her passion for collaboration and thoughtful design has enabled her to couple technical expertise and design management into a service that uniquely addresses the details of project development without losing sight of the overall vision.
Immediate Past President
Carmen R. Evans, AIA
Carmen R. Evans, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, NCARB is a Project Manager and Senior LEED Specialist for Epsten Group, Inc. Carmen is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and the AIA Georgia Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program.
Adam Drummond is a Project Manager at Architecture 101 in Savannah, GA. He is passionate about working closely with clients to provide them the best experience during the design process. He received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Sciences at Western Kentucky University in 2010 and his Master of Architecture at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in 2016.
Natallie Santiago Rodríguez, a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), joined LS3P Associates in 2016. Originally from Carolina, Puerto Rico, Natallie has developed a diverse portfolio of work including commercial, higher education, and hospitality projects since joining LS3P. She is passionate about designing unique and elevated built experiences that connect users with their immediate context and environment.
Frank D'Arcangelo, AIA
Frank received his Masters of Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2002 and started working at Eckles Martin & Rule Architects the same year. In 2005 he was promoted to Junior Partner and in 2010 became a full partner at Martin Rule & Associates Architects. In 2015 the firm merged to become DPR Architecture with Frank as the President.
Erin Clay, Allied Member
Erin Clay, the Marketing Coordinator for Guerry Lumber, has been on the board for 5 years as the Communications Director. She is involved in many industry groups including HBA Savannah, NAWIC Coastal Georgia, and more. She has one daughter (3) and a husband who works for the Federal Government. She truly has a passion for connecting people in the built environment and bringing new ideas to everyone!
Adam Drummond, Assoc. AIA
Natallie Santiago Rodriguez, Assoc. AIA
Laura Henning, Assoc. AIA
Laura Henning works at James W. Buckley & Associates, Inc., specializing in K-12, Daycare, Higher Education, and Municipality projects, Laura has been privileged to be involved in the amendment process for the Georgia building and fire codes, and various other construction code related panels and committees in service to the architectural profession.
Caitlin Corliss, AIA
Caitlin W. Corliss is an Architect who joined Pantheon ADC in spring 2021. She has always been inspired to improve the built environment and how people experience it through thoughtful design and attention to detail. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and obtained initial licensure in Georgia in 2016.
The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is an independent, nonprofit, student-run organization dedicated to advancing leadership, design, and service among architecture students.
Savannah Young Architects Forum
Savannah's Young Architects Forum (SYAF) of Savannah is the voice of recently licensed Architects and the catalyst for progress within the Institute.
AIA Savannah Emerging Professionals
This group was created to allow current and future architects of Savannah to prosper and connect with one another. It also serves as a platform for a community that should always be in contact and help one another. The path to licensure is far from easy and we as emerging professionals of AIA must utilize all of the resources available to us, the most critical one being ourselves.
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