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The 1%, a program of Public Architecture, connects nonprofits with architecture and design firms willing to give of their time pro bono.
Potential impact If every architecture professional in the U.S. committed 1% of their time to pro bono service, it would add up to 5,000,000 hours annually - the equivalent of a 2,500-person firm, working full-time for the public
Background Launched by Public Architecture in 2005 with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, The 1% is a first-of-its-kind effort to encourage pro bono service within the architecture and design professions.
GreenLeaf Energy Group (Founder)
Kingston Library Foundation Board Member
Oak Ridge Community Playhouse, Architectural Advisor
Kenya Learning Resource Center Foundation Board Member
Marin County, CA Open Space & Cultural Commission, Board of Directors
Vero Beach Community Redevelopment Board, Chairman