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Candidate First Vice President/President-elect (2018 president)


Greg Burke, AIA, NCARB


Greg Burke, AIA, NCARB is President of the award winning firm of Gregory John Burke | ARCHITECT, PA in Vero Beach begun in 1998. A graduate of the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University, Greg’s career has been that of a well-rounded architect serving in every role that the corporate practice of architecture requires. In over 40 years of practice, Greg has worked for several of the largest firms in the country having been responsible for more that 10 million square feet of space at an adjusted value of $2B. His work has been recognized in several architectural publications.

Greg and his wife Susan, reside in Vero Beach and have two children and two grandchildren.
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PHILOSOPHY:
AIA is about leadership. As a long recognized leader of the Institute, AIA Florida is at the top of the list of leading components. Leadership is not about finding followers to execute plans. Rather leadership is about creating more leaders. We as AIA Florida have a rich tradition of many leaders who have gone on to have valuable contributions to the Institute.


As a leader of AIA Florida it is incumbent on us to advocate for the profession as a whole. We are the lead profession in protecting the health, safety and welfare of the public. As such, our leaders must be involved in­bettering their communities for the quality of life that all expect. As natural born leaders, AIA’s leadership must have an active voice in creating the sense of community across the state. As portals to creating the built environment, we must lead in the creation of the places we live, work and play.


 

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