Board of Directors
Seth Anderson, AIA
President - Executive Committee
Seth is founder and Principal architect at Ascent Architecture and Interior in Bend, Oregon and a 2016 AIA Young Architects Award recipient. A firm believer in continually elevating and furthering the architecture profession, Seth has served as the President of AIA Oregon’s State Council (2018) prior to his role as AIA Oregon (chapter) President. Seth was integral to the leadership effort that envisioned AIA Oregon’s new structure and its launch in 2019.
Amy Vohs, AIA
President-Elect - Executive Committee
Amy is currently practicing at DLR Group in Portland. She has served on the (former) AIA Oregon Council as a director and Treasurer since 2017. Amy is a member of the chapter’s Executive Committee and works directly with fellow executives, staff and Section Directors. Amy will assume the role of AIA Oregon President in January, 2020.
Kaley Fought, AIA
Treasurer - Executive Committee
Kaley practices at CBTwo Architects in Salem, OR. She served as AIA Salem President in 2018 and is currently the Oregon Design Conference - Shift19 Chair. As 2019 AIAO Treasurer Kaley will have direct oversite of the chapter’s budget and fiscal planning working directly with the Executive Committee, Board, Finance Committee and Staff.
Bill Foster, AIA
Secretary - Executive Committee
In addition to leading his own practice in Salem, Bill has served as the AIA Oregon State Council Secretary since 2006 - maintaining the records of Board and Executive Committee meetings and assisting with the development of policies, positions and bylaws.
Curt Wilson, AIA
Interim Executive Vice President / CEO
Non-Voting - Executive Committee
Chair, Legislative Affairs Committee
Curt is a principal at PIVOT Architecture in Eugene, and previously served at an At Large Director on the AIA Oregon board in addition to leading the AIA Oregon Legislative Affairs Board. He has been an active board member at the local or state level since 1996. He is focused on articulating and expanding the voice of architects on public policy matters.
Nic Smith, AIA
Director, AIA Portland
Nic brings 20+ years of experience in art, architecture, construction, and fabrication to his work at Hacker Architects in Portland where he is fascinated by the social and cultural frameworks of architecture. His local AIA leadership includes serving as the AIA Portland Architecture Awards Committee Chair, AIA Portland Director, and in 2018, AIA Portland President-elect.
Mike Junge, AIA
Director, AIA Salem
Frank Visconti, AIA
Director, AIA Eugene
Frank is a Senior Architect at Rowell Brokaw in Eugene since joining the firm in 2015. He practiced previously in New York with Gwathmey Siegel Architects, Peter Marino Architect and then with his own firm. Frank’s work with the AIA includes his service on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Florida Chapter, the Westchester/Hudson Chapter in New York and most recently as President of AIA Southwestern Oregon.
Jim Satzinger, AIA
Director, AIA Bend
During his 45 years as Architect and Builder, Jim has served on four AIA Component Boards, and as 2000 AIA Santa Barbara President, 2014 AIA New Mexico President and AIA WMR Representative. He has chaired design review boards, neighborhood association boards and community advisory boards.
Andrew Owen, AIA
Director, AIA Southern Oregon
Andy is a Principal at ORW Architecture in Medford where he oversees the firm’s quality assurance program while providing leadership to multiple commercial and institutional projects. Each year Andrew volunteers his time in a local classroom and has served as Program Chair and President-Elect for AIA Southern Oregon.
John Flynn, AIA
Director, At Large
John Flynn, an architect for 28 years, has spent his career designing, managing and executing complex and challenging projects for a wide range of clients. He worked in New York City, France and Hong Kong before moving to Oregon in 1993 where he has been part of several Portland firms before forming RESOLVEArchitecture + Planning in 2013. John served on the AIA Oregon Council as a Portland Delegate since 2016 - helping to lead the transition planning and communications for the new statewide chapter.