Please join the members of the AIA Corpus Christi in honoring our own Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA on her year as National President of the American Institute of Architects, on Wednesday evening. This will be a perfect opportunity to wish her the very best, and to meet Dr. Richard Jackson and Robert Ivy, FAIA; EVP/CEO for the American Institute of Architects prior to Thursday’s Designing Healthy Communities Luncheon.

Date: Wednesday, August 26, 6pm – 9pm (Presentation will occur at 7pm.)
Location: Corpus Christi Yacht Club at 98 Coopers Alley, Corpus Christi, TX 78401
Tickets: $30 / Individual, $50 / Couple

Hors D’oeuvres will be served. Guests will receive drink tickets at the door. For additional information, contact our Executive Director at or at (361) 887‐2124.

Attire: Business Casual


See Elizabeth talk about Healthy Communities on kiitv!

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners since 1857. The AIA Corpus Christi chapter was incorporated in 1960 as a way to bring local architects together to continue advancement and development in the profession. Representing approximately 80,000 members nationally, 6,000 members statewide, and 100 members locally; this three-tiered organization is the largest voice of the architectural community.

AIA Corpus Christi unites the community of design professionals who live and work in the Texas Coastal Bend by connecting directly with architects, associates, and professionals in the design and build industries. Acting as a resource to the general public, AIA Corpus Christi utilizes its vast local and national opportunities to educate, promote and encourage ongoing support and appreciation of innovative and historic architecture.


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