Investing in the Architecture Profession
The purpose of the Minnesota Architectural Foundation (MAF) is to invest in excellence, leadership, discovery and equity in the profession of architecture. Through a variety of sources MAF funds outstanding programs such as the Thomas F. Ellerbe Scholarship, the Ralph Rapson Traveling Study Fellowship, the Clarence W. Wigington Minority Architectural Scholarship, the Beverly Hauschild-Baron Leadership Fund and the Women in Architecture Fund.
Your financial support allows the MAF to continue to fund these outstanding programs. Help us support current and future
practitioners in the advancement of the profession and make Minnesota architecture the best in the country. Please contribute online or download the contribution form (PDF). Thank you for your support!
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View the 2018 Annual Report.
2019 Board of Directors
Minnesota Architectural Foundation’s eleven board members lead the committees that guide and focus each of these Foundation programs connecting directly with future and emerging professionals. If you are interested in exploring leadership participation in the Minnesota Architectural Foundation, please email Amber Allardyce. A follow-up call or meeting with a current board member will be set up to talk about your interest in serving and the opportunities available.
Amy Kalar, AIA, President
David Eijadi, President-Elect
Stephanie McDaniel, AIA, Past President
Julie Esch, Secretary
William Blanski, FAIA, Treasurer
Matthew Kreilich, FAIA
Meredith Hayes Gordon, AIA
Amy Cheever, AIA
Bake Baker, AIA
David Loehr, AIA
Mary-Margaret Zindren, Executive Director
Amber Allardyce, Hon. AIAMN, Recording Secretary