A letter from our CEO and Board Chair


When introducing ourselves on behalf of the Chicago Architecture Center, the most common response we hear is, “I absolutely love your architecture boat cruise!” Or, something to that effect.

It makes perfect sense.

It stands to reason that this is what most people know best about the Chicago Architecture Center (CAC), considering that the CAC’s architectural river cruise aboard Chicago’s First Lady is named the number one boat tour in the country by USA Today Reader’s Choice. Just last year, we welcomed approximately 330,000 guests across 234 departures to hear from one of CAC’s nearly 400 talented and rigorously trained docents about the rich history and architectural legacy that puts Chicago on the global stage as a hub for architectural innovation.

The CAC's architecture river cruise is synonymous with Chicago summers just as much as live music festivals and picnics along the lakefront.

But truthfully, the river cruise is not the only way in which CAC is creating impact across Chicago. In the following 2022 Annual Report: A Year of Discovery, we will celebrate the impact you made possible at CAC all year round. Not only on the river in the summer months, but every month of the year, Chicago Architecture Center is here, serving as champions for the beauty, resilience, and power of Chicago. We advocate for responsible city building and innovative design that improves our communities. We provide our young people with the tools and resources so they can too.

Through both longstanding and emerging strategic partnerships, education programs for people of all ages, exhibitions, thought leadership, civic and community engagement initiatives, CAC is here for Chicago. We inspire people of all backgrounds – tourists from around the globe and local Chicagoans alike – to discover why design matters.

In partnership,

Eleanor Esser Gorski, AIA
CEO, Chicago Architecture Center

Ann Thompson, AIA
President, Board of Trustees
Executive Vice President,
Architecture & Planning, Related Midwest

Eleanor Esser Gorski, AIA

Eleanor Esser Gorski, AIA


In 2022, the CAC completed the first year of its current five-year strategic plan. Through this plan, CAC’s Trustees and leadership sought to address the CAC’s internal capacity needs brought on by the pandemic while also taking large steps toward greater reach, a more inclusive and equitable focus, a digital transformation, and long-term transformation.

GOAL 1: CAC is the premier destination to start your exploration of Chicago, the city of architecture.

GOAL 2: CAC is a leading forum that educates and inspires people of all ages to take active roles with the built environment to attain the communities they want, need and deserve.

GOAL 3: CAC strives to represent the diversity of Chicago through everything we do.

GOAL 4: CAC develops a comprehensive digital strategy to bring Chicago’s architecture to people everywhere.

GOAL 5: CAC has diversified its funding streams to ensure its long-term viability.

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The CAC has continued to prioritize and leverage digital tools to bring the wonders of architecture and design to people everywhere. Our high-quality virtual programs have extended our reach to people of all ages and backgrounds. We continue to research and invest resources to evolve and embracing a hybrid experience.

In January, 1,072 registered to join us for three unique programs:

  • The Chicago Public Library Through an Architectural Lens
  • The Year That Was / The Year to Come in Chicago Design and Development
  • Homes Delivered: The Stories of Sears Home Kits

Did you know that CAC members get free or heavily reduced admission to most CAC public programs such as the ones above, all year round? Learn more about CAC membership here.


"You cannot be what you cannot see."
- Marian Wright Edelman

That’s why a year full of discovery at the CAC is sure to include its Girls Build! program, which exposes young people who identify as female, ages 11-14, to strong, female leaders in architecture, construction engineering and related fields. Through hands-on seminars and mentorship, participants see for themselves that they get to design their own futures, one where their gender does not define their career pathway.

In February, interior design expert and Emmy-nominated TV host Bobby Berk from Netflix’s Queer Eye joined CAC’s Girls Build! participants via Zoom! Student leaders asked questions, and received advice about persistence, believing in oneself, and following your dreams.

Following the conversation, participants had the chance to visit MillerKnoll at Fulton Market where they got behind the scenes access to the design studio, exhibits and showrooms, and learned about women in design from the MillerKnoll professional team.

“The Kathy Bolhous Foundation was thrilled to include CAC’s Girls Build! program as one of our inaugural grantees. The program’s work to break down gender, race and class barriers in architecture, construction, engineering and related career pathways is fully aligned with our mission. In order for communities to serve us all, balanced representation in the planning, design and construction is essential.”

Abigayil L. Joseph, Founder & CEO, Kathy Bolhous Foundation


The Chicago Sun-Times publishes an Op-Ed from former CAC CEO Lynn Osmond entitled, Chicago Loses Without a Full-Time Architecture Writer. Ultimately read by over 47,000, the piece outlined the threats to Chicago’s standing as a global design hub as well as waning civic dialogue that comes without a critic’s byline at a major Chicago paper. The opinion piece was one part of a larger chorus of actors working on this issue, but soon after, it was announced that Lee Bey would have a new monthly column in the Chicago Sun-Times Sunday edition.


Opening at the CAC in April, Energy Revolution focused on how each of us can transform our own use of energy in the built environment to respond to the climate crisis.

Co-curated by Farr Associates, Energy Revolution moved the climate conversation beyond debilitating statistics and dire warnings, and toward inspiring case studies of individuals, places and communities innovating toward a carbon-free future.

Much more than a static show, the exhibition served as a critical forum for dialogue on how we can better leverage innovations in the built environment - arguably one of our most underutilized tools in the fight against climate change - to change the course of our collective climate future.

During its eight-month run, 31,400 visited Energy Revolution. Among them, CAC hosted dozens of community, industry, government and higher education institutions for guided gallery walks and conversation. Some of the groups that joined CAC in this format were: Illinois Green Alliance, Elevate Energy, Chicago Learning Exchange, Academy for Global Citizenship, the Metropolitan Planning Council and the City of Chicago, including Chicago’s Chief Sustainability Officer, the Buildings Commissioner and more.


The CAC's Newhouse Architecture + Design Competition showcases the talents of Chicago area students who create projects that address real-world problems. CAC’s longest standing education program, Newhouse celebrated 40 years of inspiring teens to discover why design matters in 2022.

We hear it regularly, “all it takes is that spark.”

Check out this video and meet some of CAC’s Newhouse alum who credit the competition as being the spark that lit the fire inside them to pursue career pathways in architecture and urban planning.

“By completing a Newhouse project, participants gain valuable experience which involves determining the problem, developing solutions, and communicating their solution visually and in writing. It is rewarding to see that students from so many schools, with the guidance of dedicated teachers, participate in the Newhouse Competition.

As a Civil and Construction Engineer, I have been involved with the Newhouse Architecture and Design Competition since 2008, and I urge members of the Chicago Architecture, Engineering and Construction community to join me!”

Dean Arnold, Newhouse juror and longtime CAC supporter

Donors like you help the CAC provide life-changing education opportunities for Chicago-area students, breaking down barriers to make future careers in architecture, construction, engineering and related fields accessible. Consider making a one time or monthly donation to the CAC and impact the lives of our students in 2023, and for years to come.


Architecture is the most ubiquitous of the art forms. Despite this, architecture can come off as inaccessible to the public, who often feel alienated from the design process and language of the profession. CAC offers a solution to this problem, shifting the discussion of architecture from the elite, intimidating stuff of art history towards an everyday experience, encompassing the places where we live, work, play, and learn.

That’s what's at the heart of the CAC. And, what keeps our heart beating? CAC docents.

In June, CAC docents led 311 walking tours of Chicago, its neighborhoods, and through sacred places such as Oak Woods Cemetery on Chicago’s South Side, where guests heard the stories of important African Americans who fought for Civil Rights, to the tales of Confederate prisoners of war.

CAC’s 386 docents educated and inspired over 317,000 tour guests in 2022 while donating 10,461 hours conducting tours.



After years of demolition threats, in July of 2022, it was announced that the James R. Thompson Center, the iconic, Helmut Jahn-designed postmodernist building, would be sold to Google to the tune of $105 million.

Exactly one year prior in July of 2021, CAC hosted an opening for its exhibition: Helmut Jahn: Life + Architecture. The exhibition was fabricated at record speed in the weeks following the “starchitect’s” untimely death. The show came on the heels of another, smaller pop-up exhibition showcasing the winners of the Thompson Center Ideas Competition, seeking ideas for the re-use of the building.

While recognizing the toll on the building and its financial challenges, the CAC also understood the significance of the Thompson Center as a unique example of post-modern architectural design in a civic building meant to draw citizens into the daily workings of government. More than 60 designs were submitted through the Ideas Competition, but more importantly, CAC provided a platform - for industry professionals, the media and the general public alike - to learn about the potential demise of the Thompson Center and encourage Chicago to imagine a new future for one of the most important, complex and unique members of Chicago's architecture community.

Today, Google is working with the architecture firm Jahn and developer the Prime Group on updates to the Thompson Center, which are expected to be complete in 2026.


The mission of CAC’s Teen Fellows, developed by participating youth is to “explore the past, experience the present, and design the future."

Teen Fellows is a 15-month program in which youth explore 21st century workforce skills related to architecture, construction, engineering, and design. Conducted in partnership with Harold Washington College, this program gives Fellows the opportunity to earn college credits and a Basic Architecture Certificate in Architectural Digital Media. To cap the program, Fellows participate in a paid internship at a local firm.

In August, nine Fellows from the 2022 Cohort wrapped up their paid summer internships at local firms, including JAHN Studio, Krueck Sexton, Turner Construction, BKL, Studio Gang, Eastlake, SOM, Ghafari and Architectural Services Group. Feedback from firms is outstanding, reporting that Fellows come in with skills that exceed even those of college-age interns. 100% of firms that hosted interns in 2022 have committed to hosting one again in 2023.


SAY IT LOUD is a global traveling activation that elevates the work and identities of local, diverse designers in collaboration with the National Organization of Minority Architects’ (NOMA).

SAY IT LOUD opened at the CAC on September 17, kicking off a month of free admission to the CAC. The exhibition cultivates and elevates the contributions of women and diverse designers of Chicago, raising the visibility of their contributions to the built environment.

Approximately 8500 people visited the Center during the show.


Now in its 12th year, CAC took a new approach to Open House Chicago (OHC) in 2022. By spotlighting typically underrepresented neighborhoods and clustering sites in those areas, we encouraged exploration of “new to you” communities through a deeper, more localized experience rather than the widespread approach of years past. This kept visitors in those neighborhoods longer, resulting in an increased number of site visits per person. There were more than 75k visits to these neighborhood sites during the free-to-all OHC weekend, October 15 and 16. Read the full OHC 2022 Report Here.

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Through your partnership and so many others like you, the Chicago Architecture Center received over $5,000 on Giving Tuesday in 2022! This was a significant increase over the generosity in gifts made in 2021. We could not do this work without you, and are so grateful for your decision to join this Global Day of Philanthropy.

CAC is here for you, all year long. We work to ensure that the wonders of architecture and design are accessible, for everyone. Continue to fuel our year-round impact by becoming a monthly donor here today. 

"I love supporting CAC - get me talking about our amazing city, and how we need to "look up" as we're walking around, and I can’t stop! There is just so much to see and learn, and I have only seen the tip of the iceberg. I'll be there on Giving Tuesday, and always continue my membership to enjoy all the CAC has to offer."

Betty White, CAC Member


What better way to cap off a year of discovery than to welcome a new leader to the Chicago Architecture Center?

On December 2, CAC welcomed Eleanor Esser Gorski as President and CEO. Eleanor is a licensed architect who brings more than 25 years of leadership in architecture, historic preservation, and urban planning to the role. She has a reputation locally, nationally, and internationally as an advocate for the power of design to affect positive change in the lives of individuals and communities.

Hear from Eleanor in the video below.



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Center Revenues


Retail Activity


Association of Architecture Organizations


Public & Youth Programs


Total Revenue


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Center Revenues


Retail Activity


Association of Architecture Organizations


Public & Youth Programs


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“AIA Chicago’s partnership with CAC in 2022 has been so valuable and enriched both our architect members and the public. As we hosted nearly 15,000 architects from across the country for the national Conference on Architecture last summer, CAC docents showcased the city’s architectural legacy as well as new buildings by our local members. Through our collaboration on the new People’s Choice Awards in the fall and an industry-wide holiday party which also brought together three other allied professional architecture organizations, I saw first-hand our complementary strengths – sharing the power of design with both the public and the profession.”

Jen Masengarb
Assoc. AIA, Executive Director, AIA Chicago




Ann Thompson
Executive Senior Vice President, Architecture and Design
Related Midwest

Past Chair and Chair, Governance & Board Development Committee
John W. Rutledge
Founder, President & CEO
Oxford Capital Group, LLC

Secretary; Chair, Development
Jenny Niemann
President/CEO and Owner
Forward Space

Treasurer; Chair, Finance Committee
Andreason Brown
Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer
Spencer Foundation

Chair, Exhibitions Committee and Chair, Industry Council
Joseph Burns
Managing Principal
Thornton Tomasetti

Chair, Education Committee
James D. Parsons
Retired President
The Brinson Foundation

Chair, Marketing Committee
Brandi Pitts
Director, Global Head of Digital Marketing, Partnerships

Chair, Leading Forum Committee
Robert Rivkin
Senior Vice President & Chief Legal Officer
United Airlines Holdings, Inc.

Chair, Strategic Planning Committee
Lynn Sutton
Managing Principal
Kairos Worldwide


Kenton A Foutty

Kathleen Carpenter

Mindy Viamontes, AIA
M Viamontes Architects LLC


Henry H. Kuehn

John Pintozzi
Senior Vice President & Controller
The Allstate Corporation


Lynn Osmond
President & CEO
Choose Chicago


John DiCiurcio
Chief Operating Officer
Turner Construction Company

Walter Eckenhoff 
Founding Principal
Eckenhoff Saunders Architects   

Jan Grayson

Lori Healey
Senior Vice President, OPC Implementation Lead
Obama Foundation

Jeffrey Jahns
Seyfarth Shaw

Alvin Katz
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Daniel Maguire
Executive Construction, Inc. (Retired)

Lloyd B. Morgan
Morgan Interests, LLC 

Richard H. Schnadig
Special Assistant Corporation Counsel
City of Chicago Department of Law (Retired)

John Syvertsen
Senior Principal
Cannon Design (Retired)

John J. Viera


Kelly Powers Baria
Vice President
Powers & Sons Construction Company

Gina Berndt
Chief Marketing Officer
Perkins + Will

Andre Brumfield
Principal | Design Director
Global Director for Cities + Urban Design

Stephen Cruise
Managing Director I Global Co-Head of Industrial Corporate Advisory
Greenhill & Co., LLC

Ann Drake
Founder and President
Lincoln Road Enterprises

Shelley Finnigan
Director, Master of Science, Executive Management for Design and Construction Program & Director, Master of Science, Project Management Program
Illinois McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
Northwestern University 

Graham Grady
Taft Stettinius & Hollister

Sandra Helton

Kapil Khanna
Lamar Johnson Collaborative

Ursula Moncau
Schaumburg Bank & Trust Company, N.A.

Juan Gabriel Moreno
JGMA (Juan Gabriel Moreno Architects)

David Nelson
Partner and Head of Global Investments and Real Estate
DRW Holdings LLC

Michael Newman
President & CEO
Golub & Company LLC

Catherine Odelbo
Morningstar, Inc. (Retired)

Adam Semel
Managing Partner
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Clifford Shapiro
Shapiro Dispute Resolution LLC

Katie Spring 
Managing Director

Robin Loewenberg Tebbe

Edna Uribe
Vice President, Director of Sales
TelevisaUnivision, Inc.

Kate Van Zeyl, DBIA, AIA
Vice President, General Manager
Turner Construction Company

Bill Williams
Principal and Managing Member
KMW Communities LLC

Theodore Yi
Quarles & Brady, LLP

Weifang Zhou
EVP & President of Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC)
UL Inc.


Drew Johnson
MBA Candidate | Class of 2023
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

The Board of Directors Executive Committee on the CAC River Cruise aboard Chicago's First Lady

The Board of Directors Executive Committee on the CAC River Cruise aboard Chicago's First Lady



Val Adams
Barry Aldridge
James Allan
Amy Amato
Thomas Applegate
Allison Arwady
Geoffrey Baer
Kathy Baker
Jerome Balin
Jim Bartholomew
Cynthia Bates
Rebecca Bathke
Robin Bauer
Ronald Becker
Mary Jane Beechen
Betsy Berman
Patricia Biedar
John Blackburn
Jennifer Bland
Bruce Bode
Patrick Boueri
April Brazell
Barbara Breakstone
Sandy Bredine
Josh Brickman
Elizabeth Britt
Jill Brooks
Barry Bruckner
Jane Buckwalter
Bob Burns
John Burns
Thomas Burt
Barbara Butz
Jane Cahill
Debra Campbell
Ron Campbell
Deborah Carey
Jill Carlson
Tom Carmichael
Kathleen Carpenter
Camille Carrig
Nancy Carter
Maurice Champagne
Enid Chesler
Hau Chyi
Lisa Ciota
Karen Buck Clapp
Leslie Clark Lewis
Barbara Clark
Dick Clark
Molly Clark
Emily Clott
Mitchell Cobey
Robert Cochand
Bill Coffin
Michael Cohen
Michelle Cohen
Kathleen Coles
Maria Corpuz
Jill Dahlke
Alice Daniele
Bryant Danisch
Elise Daughhetee
Mary Dedinsky
Alpaa Desai
Karen Dimond
Rebecca Dixon
Tom Drebenstedt
Gregory Dreyer
Susan Duda
Pamela Duke
Sylvia Dunbeck ±
Riah Dunton
Margaret Eagan
Ted Eller
Kay Ellwein
Janet Elson
Meg Eulberg
Cindy Everett
Linda Ewing
Joan Fallert
David Ferguson
Dan Fitzgerald
Barbara Foley
Susan Foster
Kenton Foutty
Gabriela Freese
Debra Jean Frels
Joan Friedman
Lance Friedmann
Susan Frost
Donna Gabanski
Jolanta Gal
Wayne Galasek
Deborah Garber
Carol Garner
Karen Genelly
Virginia Gerst
Steven Gersten
Priscilla Gil
Georgia Goldberg
Sabra Goldman
Delta Greene ±
Kevin Griebenow
Patricia Grund
David Gudewicz
Sandy Guettler
Charles Gurian ±
Federico Guzman
Steve Haddad
Mary Haffenberg
Kathleen Hanley
Lena Hansson
Timothy Harris
Douglas Harrison
Siobhan Hartsell
Bill Hayden
Bonnie Hemphill
Audrey Henderson
Lynne Hensel
Gloria Hinrichs-Nelson
Joni Hirsch Blackman
Harry Hirsch
Mary Jo Hoag ±
Brent Hoffmann
John Hug
Douglas Hurdelbrink
Tina Hurley
Eileen Jacobs
Julie Jacobson
Susan Jacobson
Karen Jared
Dan Jares
Jim Javorcic
Betsy Jenkins
Joan Johns
Daniel Johnson
Wayne Johnson
Robert Joynt
Leo Jung
Rachel Juris
Craig Kaiser
Larry Kameya
Cynthia Karabush
Nancy Karen
Judith Kaufman ±
Polly Kawalek
Richard Keal
Brian Kelly
Marisol Kelly
Monica Kline
Lori Kolb
Quentin Kossnar
Jack Kremers
Kathleen Krepps
Laurel Kruke
Darcy Krulisky
Kathleen Kulick
Amy Kunz
Bill Lee
Dan Lempa
William Lenski
Tom Lenz
Peg Leonard
Alan Lessack
Amanda Lewis
Adrienne Lieberman
Richard Lightburn
Jeff Linton
Joanne Linzer
Bill Lipsman
Pam Loewenstein
Katherine Lorenz
Greg Lowe
Doris Lucas
Mary Ludgin
Michael Mader ±
Larry Mages
Betsy Mahon
Pamuella Mann
Kelly Manteck
Jeff Marcella
Linda Marcus
Cyndi Martin
Steve Marx
Marcia Matavulj
David Matenaer
Kathy Maynard
Jennifer McAllister
Edmund McDevitt
Gayle McKeen
Alina McMahon
Heather McWilliams
Jeff Mercer
Hartley Meyer
William Meyer
Paul Meyers
Burt Michaels
Robert Michaelson
Priscilla Mims
Patrick Miner
Bonnie Moore
John Morris
Patrick Murray
Bill Myers
Erica Myles
Ingrid Nelson
Janet Nelson
Lori Nelson
Margaret Newman
Jonelle Niffenegger
Marie O'Brien
Patricia O'Connor
Lynn Osmond ±
Bill Page
Molly Page
John Paige
Cynthia Panganiban
Susan Pappas
John Parker
Chris Pausch
Barry Pearce
Merry Ann Pearson
Dan Persky
Elizabeth Peterson Hall
Lisa Pickell
Betsy Pilmer
Bobbi Pinkert
Dan Pinkert
Mary Plauche
Bob Pratt
Barbara Puechler
Mark Purdome
Patrick Pyszka
Constance Rajala ±
Steven Redfield
Susan Robertson
Bryan Robson
Deb Rodak
Thomas Rodgers
Monica Rodriguez
Corinne Rohr
Peg Romm
Mitch Rosenfeld
Carla Ross
Marcia Ross
Suzy Ruder
Howard Sachs
Eileen Sanfilippo
Tom Savick
Edie Scala-Hampson
Susan Schlegel
Alison Schlickman
Jean Schlinkmann
Cindy Schneider
John Schneider
Sydney Schuler
Nancy Schwab
Barry Sears ±
Anthony Sergen
Russ Seward
Gary Shapiro
Wayne Shapiro
Jenn Sheehan
Matt Sheffer
Anne Shillinglaw
Ellen Shubart
Robin Simon ±
Nancy Sims
Reed Singer
Roy Slowinski
David Smith
Ronnie Jo Sokol
Joann Sondy
Brian Souders
Ann Speltz
Dan Spiegel
Laurie Stearn
Tom Stelmack
Marlene Stern
Joan Stewart
Joan Stinton
Annemarie Stohl
Tina Strauss
Bob Sutter
John Syvertsen
Lisa Tallman
Jill Tanz
Susan Tennant ±
Linda Thompson
Timothy Thurlow
John Tielsch
Lindy Trigg
Mimi Troy
Rebecca Trumbull
John Tullsen
Kristi Turnbaugh
David Utech
Adina Van Buren
Stacey Vanada
Carl VanDril
Jaime Villalobos
Lisa Voigt
Janet Volk
Mary Wacker
Mitzi Walchak
Elizabeth Walls
Cathy Walsh
Mark Warner
Dinah Wayne
Will Weaver
Peter Weil
Michael Weiland
Barbara Weiner
Jon Weller
Elizabeth Wells
Gary Wenzel
Lorie Westerman
Craig Wilbanks
Mary Willer
Jessica Williams
Brendan Wilson
Susan Winchip
Linda Winke
Claudia Winkler
Joan Winstein
Ross Wirth
Ben Wolfe
Michelle Woods
Lori Yelvington
Nancy Loewenberg Young
Ingrid Zeller
Amy Zimmerman
Jeffrey Zurlinden

Education Guides

Karen Bohr
Enid Chesler
Lisa Ciota
Shirlee Cohen
David Cordaro
Dale Dassonville
Caroline Duda
Linda Englund
Jan Fraccaro
Kevin Griebenow
Barbara Habschmidt
Laurie Hammel
Denise Hazaga
Laureen Higgins
Nancy Hornak
Polly Kawalek
Susan Mann
Vicki Marek
Burt Michaels
Robert Michaelson
Lindsay Mueller
Carol Muskin
Lexie Oliva
John Perrecone
Chuck Pierret
Beth Sair
Group Sales
Nicole Schall-Plotner
Roy Slowinski
Joann Sondy
Ann Speltz
CAC Staff
Nancy Straus
Bob Sutter
Linda Thompson
Amy Zimmerman
Jeffrey Zurlinden

Exhibit Hosts

Robert Adamshick
Thomas Aries
Anita Balodis
Robin Bauer
George Bergstrom
Dick Block
Marcia Bogue
Karen Bohr
Daniel Bretz
Karl Bruhn
Javier Calvo Mendoza
Jill Carlson
Kathleen Carpenter
Bob Carr
Enid Chesler
Lisa Ciota
Shirlee Cohen
Bill Cordier
Alice Daniele
John Doherty
Mary Pat Doyle
Winifred Eggers
Charles Eiden
Bryan Fagan
Diana Fischer-Woods
Taurino Flores
Susan Foster
Jan Fraccaro
Larry Gammel
Leigh Gates
Chris Gekas
Patricia Grund
Laurie Hammel
Kathleen Hanley
Joe Hanna
Mary Harris
Laureen Higgins
Steve Hines
Sue Hoffman
Levern Hoover
Nancy Hornak
Tina Hurley
Karen Jensen
Scott Johnston
Brian Kelly
Quentin Kossnar
Aaron Kovacs
Darcy Krulisky
Larry Lardner
Larry Lavoie
Mark Lenhart
Doris Lucas
Susan Mann
Patricia McCarren
Marnie McHale
Christopher McNeil
Lou Mehl
Carol Muskin
Pratheek Nagaraj
Beth Najberg
Kae Nosbisch
Mary Orth
Bill Page
Carol Patterson
Linda Potaniec
Jennifer Pottebaum
Bob Pratt
Barbara Puechler
Alan Robinson
Theresa Romanenghi
Mitch Rosenfeld
Suzy Ruder
Nicole Schall-Plotner
John Schneider
Nancy Schwab
Lawrence Sepin
Margaret Sheridan
Ellen Shubart
Dave Shumway
Pat Stankard
Marlene Stern
Anne Stratton
Bob Sutter
Rebecca Tabat
Ming Tang
Jill Tanz
Janette Tepas
Betsy Thompson
Linda Thompson
Trig Thoreson
John Tielsch
Kathryn Tonellato
Mike Vicars
Amy Volpe
Rhea Vytlacil
Diane Wagner
Alice Walker
Marcia Walsh
Howard Wheat
Christine Wilson
Rich Winship
Douglas Wolf
Take' Yamamoto
Anders Young
Jeffrey Zurlinden

Guest Services

George Bergstrom
Marcia Bogue
Daniel Bretz
Joanie Brosnan
Bob Carr
Bill Cordier
Alice Daniele
Mary Pat Doyle
Harry Eisenman
Linda Englund
Taurino Flores
Larry Gammel
Joe Hanna
Mary Harris
Laureen Higgins
Steve Hines
Patricia McCarren
Sharon McDaniel
Mariana Melin-Corcoran
Pratheek Nagaraj
Kae Nosbisch
Jean Olsen
Mary Orth
Tomas Petkus
Linda Potaniec
Judith Robinson
Theresa Romanenghi
Suzy Ruder
Thomas Snyder
Rebecca Tabat
Kathryn Tonellato
Mike Vicars
Marcia Walsh
Katherine Warzynski
Lorie Westerman
Christine Wilson
Erika Witzke
Take' Yamamoto



National Endowment for the Humanities
Turner Construction Company Foundation

The Chicago Community Trust
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Carlins-Loewenberg Families/Magellan Development 
Perkins + Will
Related Midwest
The Brinson Foundation
The Knowles Foundation
The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation

Forward Space
Kathy Bolhous Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Spencer Foundation
TAWANI Foundation
The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust
The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
UL Solutions

Buchanan Family Foundation
Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation
Dr. Scholl Foundation
DRW Chicago
Goettsch Partners
Henry Crown and Company
Illinois Arts Council Agency
John R. Halligan Charitable Fund
Julius N. Frankel Foundation
Lamar Johnson Collaborative
Lincoln Road Enterprises
MAP Strategies
Pritzker Traubert Foundation
Ross Barney Architects, Inc.
Segal Family Foundation
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Stantec Architecture
Steelcase Foundation
Terra Foundation For American Art
The Donnelley Foundation
The Hickey Family Foundation
Thornton Tomasetti

bKL Architecture LLC
CallisonRTKL, Inc.
Chamberlain Group
Comhar Partners
Douglas Hoerr and Peter L. Schaudt, Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects
Eckenhoff Saunders Architects, Inc.
Environmental Systems Design
Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund
Golub & Company
Illinois Science & Energy Innovation Foundation
Jahn Foundation
KMW Communities
Kohn Pedersen Fox
Krueck Sexton Partners
Lloyd A. Fry Foundation
Loewenberg Charitable Foundation
MillerKnoll Foundation
Much Shelist
National Philanthropic Trust
Oxford Capital Group, LLC
Power Construction Company LLC
Powers & Sons
Quarles & Brady LLP
Riverside Investment and Development
Salas O’Brien
Site Design Group, Ltd.
S-Net Communications
Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB)
Syska Hennessy Group
Wight & Company
WOHA, Singapore

Cannon Design
Francis Beidler Foundation
Golub Family Foundation
Illinois Tool Works
Kairos Consulting Worldwide LLC
Pierce Engineers, Inc.
Sahara Enterprises, Inc.
Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects
The Baila Foundation
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Allstate Giving Campaign
Apple Matching Gifts Program
Charities Aid Foundation of America
Clune Construction Company
Cullen Construction
First Friday Club Chicago
IM Moller Family Foundation
Koya Partners | Diversified Search Group
Plante Moran, PLLC
Preuett Holdings, Inc.
The Standard

“Chicago is known for its bold architecture and many iconic buildings. It is also made up of dozens of culturally and ethnically diverse neighborhoods with rich and fascinating histories.  The CAC tours have given me the opportunity to explore the architecture and history of the city and suburbs and learn the stories behind them.  This is why I support this wonderful asset we have - The Chicago Architecture Center.” - Monica Morganstein, Annual Fund Donor


Principal - $20,000+
Forward Space
Goettsch Partners
Lowenberg Architects/Magellan Development Group
Related Midwest
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Thornton Tomasetti
Turner Construction Company
USG Corporation

Partner - $10,000-$19,999
Golub & Company
Oxford Capital Group, LLC
Perkins + Will
Riverside Investment and Development
TAWANI Property Management
UL Solutions

Leader - $5,000-$9,999
AIA Chicago
bKL Architecture LLC
Cannon Design
Clune Construction Company
CMK Companies
Environmental Systems Design
Heitman LLC
JDL Developement LLC
Krueck Sexton Partners
Optima, Inc.
Pappageorge Haymes Partners
Salas O'Brien
Site Design Group, Ltd.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB)
Syska Hennessy Group
Wight & Company
WOHA, Singapore

Associate - $2,500-$4,999
DMAC Architecture P.C.
Eckenhoff Saunders Architects, Inc.
Studio Gang Architects
W.E. O'Neil Construction Co.
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates

Entrepreneur - $1,500-$2,499
Cosentini Associates
DL3 Realty, LP
Eastlake Studio Inc.
Executive Construction, Inc.
FirstService Residential
Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects
Magnusson Klemencic Associates, Inc.
Ross Barney Architects, Inc.
Tully & Associates
Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
Windy City Representatives


Linda Usher and Malcolm Lambe, Lauren and Kristin Lambe 

Denise Littlefield Sobel

The Drake Family
Asha Gupta
Jenny and Craig Niemann
Penny and Bill Obenshain
John C. Pintozzi
Claudia and Steven Schwartz
Barry A. Sears ±

Melissa Arnold Memorial by Dean J. Arnold ±
Mary and Joe Burns
Kenton and Janet Foutty
Connie and Bob Hickey
Beverly J. Rodgers
Megan and Steven Shebik
Robert and Susan Wislow

Anonymous (2)
Vickie Apostolopoulos
William Berger
Richard A Blair
Cassandra Book
Dr. Jeanne M. Brett
Ann and Richard Carr
Susanna Craib-Cox
Cindy and Stephen Cruise
Joan and Gary Gand
Jim Gary
Graham C. Grady
Erika and Dietrich Gross
Todd Heiser
Sandra L. Helton and Norman M. Edelson
Jeffrey Jahns and Jill Metcoff Jahns
Julie and Kurt Karnatz
Shannon Moore and Ron Kropp
Henry and Marti Kuehn ±
Larry and Mary Mages
Priscilla Mims
Ursula Moncau
Lynn Osmond and Christopher Multhauf ±
Joe O'Sullivan
James Parsons and Lynne Nieman
Brandi and Tobias Pitts
John and Amanda Rutledge
Patricia and Richard Schnadig ±
Clifford Shapiro and Darlene Vorachek
Stephen and Emmy Stanley
Mr. Michael A. Toolis, AIA, LEED AP
Kate Van Zeyl
Melanie Webber

Leah and Richard Assmus
Cynthia Bates and Kevin Rock
Christopher Begy
Andreason Brown and Robert Browne
Carolyn Brunsen
Kathleen A. Carpenter
Katherine Darnstadt
Dirk S. Denison and David Salkin
Richard and Gleda Dreke
Pamela Duke
Adrian Foster
Willard A. Fry
Robert Henkelman
Kay D. Hinn
Brent Hoffmann and Susan Robertson
Regenia Stein and Roland James
Norman and Barbro Jung
Blair Kamin
Anthony and Joylene LoBello
Bradley Lynch
Eva and Lynn Maddox
Jennifer Masengarb
Mr Russel Mayerfeld
John and Judy McCarter
Thomas McElroy
David Mulligan
William F. Myers
Catherine Odebo
Helene and Aaron Paris
Charles Polcaster
Maridee Quanbeck
Susan A. Rabe
Alison Ranney
Robert Rivkin
Sirely V. Shaldjian
Cathy Shapiro
Beverley Sibblies
Benjamin Skelton and Mary Andujar
Thomas and Francine Snyder
Lisa Warshauer
Grace Yamamoto
Theodore and Cindy Yi

Anonymous (5)
James and Mary Allan
Genevieve Antonow
Barbara Appleby
Geoffrey Baer
Juanna Blackwell
Jonathan G. Boyer
Jane M. Cahill
Walter Stanley Carr
Karen Case
Linton J. Childs
Gallagher & Associates
Joseph Cushing
Nancy Dehmlow
Rada Doytcheva
Emily Dreke and Vince Angermeier
Walter Eckenhoff
Steven Edwards
Randy Elliott
Laurie Hammel and Bruce English
Maia Feigon
Marilynne Felderman
Eric Fenske
John Tielsch and Deborah Garber
Betsy R. Gidwitz
Roberta Gosselin
J Gwilliam
Denise Hall
Douglas Harrison
Lisa Hirsch
Karen Hoelscher
James Hoover
Christina Hwang
Miriam J. Kelm
Linda and James Koolish
Barbara Lanctot ±
Peter Landon
Larry Lapidus ±
Margaret McCurry
Deirdre McDaniel
Bonnie McDonald
Ann D. Mendelsohn
Julie and Scott Moller
Monica S. Morganstein
Janet Myers
John O'Malley
Susan and Dean Pappas
Rita Petretti
Dan Pinkert
Robert Pratt
Constance Rajala ±
Mario Rizzo
Pam Romund
Stephanie and Todd Schnick
John Seymour
Ms. Mary Shaughnessy
S & S Fund
Patrick Thomas
Ipek Tunca
Carla Veneziale
John Viise
Mary E. Vogt
Leon Walker
Thomas Weeks
Michael Weiland & Shelley MacGregor Giving Fund
Barbara Weiner
Elizabeth White
Claudia Winkler
Stephen and Martha Anne Yandle

"I have included the CAC in my estate plans because I want it to thrive. I want CAC to be able to provide this opportunity to connect to our city for many years to come no matter what challenges it may face.” - Mary Jo Hoag, Blueprint & Burnham Societies Member


± Blueprint Society members have included CAC in their will or trust or as a beneficiary of their retirement or insurance plan. Through the society we thank them for their commitment. Learn more about the Blueprint Society >

Anonymous (2)
Melissa Arnold Memorial by Dean J. Arnold
Sylvia Dunbeck
Daniel P. Fitzgerald
Michael Goldberger
Jan Grayson
Delta Greene
Charles Gurian
Janet L. Hipp
Mary Jo Hoag
Judith L. Kaufman
Marti and Henry Kuehn
Barbara Lanctot
Larry Lapidus
Nila Leiserowitz
Larry Lesperance
Michael and Carol Mader
Edwin C. Nagel
John H. Nelson, FAIA
Jeffrey Nichols
Lynn J. Osmond and Chris Multhauf
Constance A. Rajala
Gail Satler
Patricia and Richard Schnadig
Robert Schubert
Barry A. Sears
Penny Shaw
Robin B. Simon
Susan Tennant
Tamie Tobe
Christine Zrinsky


We honor and thank the following deceased CAC family members for the planned gift they left to CAC. They are remembered with gratitude and generosity.

Douglas C. Anderson
Judy Bober
Lyle Gillman
Franklin B. and Gloria K. Orwin Philanthropic Fund


Burnham Society Benefactor - $5,000+
Dr. Jeanne M. Brett
Kenton and Janet Foutty
Jim Gary
Virginia and C. Gary Gerst
Delta A. Greene ±
Connie and Bob Hickey
Regenia Stein and Roland James
Judith Kaufman ±
Jill and Michael Lowe
Larry and Mary Mages
Penny and Bill Obenshain
Beverly J. Rodgers
Reed Singer and Stina Fish
Benjamin Skelton and Mary Andujar
Denise Littlefield Sobel
Stephen and Emmy Stanley

Burnham Society Leader - $2,500-$4,999
Nancy A. Abshire, AIA RIBA
Ronnie and Kenneth Adamo
Cynthia Bates and Kevin Rock
Daniel and Michele Becker
Cassandra Book
Thomas E. Brean
Mary and Joe Burns
Kathleen A. Carpenter
Ann and Richard Carr
The Drake Family
Lloyd and Colleen Fry
Donna and Glenn Gabanski
Lena Hansson and Robert W. Grist
Erika and Dietrich Gross
Marilyn and R. H. Helmholz
David D. Hiller
Brent Hoffmann and Susan Robertson
Loretta N. Julian
Barbara and John Kowalczyk
Timothy S. Nickerson
Julie Overbeck
Victoria Herget and Robert Parsons
John C. Pintozzi
Carey Roberts
Sheli and Burt Rosenberg
Adam Semel
Marne Smiley
Katie Spring and Jim Berke
Marilyn Stewart
Lawrence and Kathleen Sullivan
Jill and Robert Tanz
Len Valentino and Jeannie Moy
Audrey Weaver

"Open House Chicago opens the doors for Chicagoans and visitors alike to explore buildings, programs and art installments in our neighborhoods. This event is a gift and I am proud to contribute directly to making this event free and accessible for all." - Cass Book, OHC Major Gift Donor & Burnham Society Member

Burnham Society Member - $1,500-$2,499
Anonymous (3)
Bob and Holly Agra
Clare and Bob Agra
Tim Agra
Gina A. Berndt
John Blackburn and William Gilmer
Ann Marie and Gregory Brink
Andreason Brown and Robert Browne
Daniele and Karl Bruhn
Andre Brumfield
Maurice and Margaret Champagne
David* and Loren Chernoff
Linton J. Childs
Cindy and Stephen Cruise
Duane M. DesParte and John C. Schneider
Lisa and David Erickson
Mary and Bruce Feay
Shelley Finnigan and Ivan Mutis
Andy Gloor
Susan Goldschmidt
Graham C. Grady
Sandy Guettler
Sandra and Jack Guthman
Hank and Catherine Handelsman
Martha Head
Sandra L. Helton and Norman M. Edelson
Robert Henkelman
Kay D. Hinn
Mary Jo Hoag ±
Anne and Marty Horn
Nancy Hornak
Charles Hughes
Jeffrey Jahns and Jill Metcoff Jahns
Will and Sharon Johns
James and Rosemary Kallas
Loretta K. Kaplan
Alvin and Elizabeth Katz
Kendra Curry-Khanna and Kapil Khanna
Francine Lebel
William Lemke
William and Wendy Lipsman
Joan Lovell
Daniel and Beth Maguire
Kathryn Voland-Mann and Bob Mann
Kitty and James Mann
Alan Matsumura and Laura Erickson
Jeanne and Timothy Mayes
Timothy Mccutcheon
Heather McWilliams and Fred Fischer
Joan and Louis Mercuri
Erica C. Meyer
Jim and Pamela Miller
Priscilla Mims
Ursula Moncau
Linda Watson and Joe Moravy
Lloyd B. Morgan
Janet Myers
Courtney and David Nelson
Sheila and Michael Newman
Jenny and Craig Niemann
Ms. Margaret Norman
Catherine and Orjan Odelbo
Ann and Dudley Onderdonk
Lynn Osmond and Christopher Multhauf ±
Pat Pappas
James Parsons and Lynne Nieman
Michael and Laurie Petersen
Elizabeth Peterson Hall
Brandi and Tobias Pitts
Kelly Powers Baria
Constance Rajala ±
Robert Rivkin
Mitch Rosenfeld
John and Amanda Rutledge
Jennifer Scanlon
Leah Scull
Barry A. Sears and Kathy Rice ±
Clifford Shapiro and Darlene Vorachek
Ilene W. Shaw
Penny Shaw ±
Ellen and Richard Shubart
Amanda Felt and Michael Siurek
Janet Carl Smith
Brandon Sprague
Matthew Steinmetz
Sean Sullivan
Lynn Sutton
Robin Loewenberg Tebbe and Mark Tebbe
Ann Thompson, AIA
Roseanna F. Torretto
Andrea Tosone
Edna Uribe
B. Kate Van Zeyl
Mary and Dalius Vasys
Barbara Weiner
Heidi and Jack Wells
Charles West
Carol Wetmore
Raymon Whitney and Francine Czepiel
Virginia Willcox
Bill Williams
Ross Wirth
Stephen and Martha Anne Yandle
Theodore and Cindy Yi


Beaux Arts - $550-$990
Leah and Richard Assmus
Mr. and Mrs. Baker
Lynn and Scott Bayman
Cinda Berry and Arthur Krumrey
Nathaniel Clapp
Kathryn Collier
Gloria V. Fletcher
Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner
Nancy Gavlin
Nada Andric and James Goettsch
Charles Gurian ±
Robert A. Habermann
Jo Ellen and Stephen Ham
Jay and Kimberly Hoffmann
Tem Horwitz
Sue and Jeff Ingraffia
Ralph Johnson and Kathy Nagle
Norman and Barbro Jung
Matthew Junge
Sona Kalousdian and Ira Lawrence
Mary Beth and Kevin Kamraczewski
Gina Kennedy and Robert Shannon
Frederic Lane
Morgan Layton
Laurence Leive
Alan and Edina Lessack
Michelle Martel
Michael Mihalov and Jackie Sieros
Gina Page
Helene and Aaron Paris
Elaine Pesavento
Denise Peterson
Christine and John Pfeiffer
Jeff and Julie Reed
Philip R. Russ
Dawn R. Schutte
Gail Seidel
Enid and Gary Shapiro
Sabine B. Sobek
Kelly Soprych
Sandra Stitzlein
Peter M. Vale
Anne C. Van Wart
Mary E. Vogt
Sharon Wang
Lisa Warshauer
Mary Kay and Robert Yuditsky

“I first joined the CAC to take advantage of the programs.  It was only later that I discovered that the CAC is much more than the excellent boat, bus, and walking tours they offer.   Programs like OHC, Girls Build, Engineering Fest, Newhouse Competition expose diverse audiences to many aspects of architecture and give voice to local communities and projects that otherwise would not be heard.   This is why I will continue to support the important work CAC does, even though I don’t live near Chicago.“ - Steve Williams, Annual Fund Donor

Deco - $300-$549
Anonymous (2)
Mary Jo Abrahamson
Laura Altmayer
Steven Anderson
John and Cathy Anthony
Robert and Jenny Barish
Rachel Barnard
Carol Barnett
William Baty
Queta Bauer
Eric Beach
Ellen Bechthold
Christopher Begy
Michael Benson
Sue Bergen
Kevin Bethke
Ananth Bhogaraju
Tom and Martha Biede
Suzanne Birnbaum
Shaun and Andrew Block
Albert H. Bloom
Alan and Mary Blum
Jean and Ben Bogner
Kathy Borchardt
Jonathan G. Boyer
Jane and Michael Brannan
David Bridson
Marjorie Miller-Brownstein, AIA, LEED AP
Katharine Buker
Jen Camacho
Thomas A. Carmichael and Catherine Hayden
Diane Cawley
Jodi and JA Cerny
Michele Chaffee
Stephen Chassee
Rose Coe
Arlene Cohan
David and Rhonda Cohn
Judy and John Coletta
Dennis Cowhey
Judy and Tapas Das Gupta
Cheryl Istvan and Keith Daubenspeck
Angela J. D'Aversa
Patty L. Delony
Aurelien Deya
Roderick Dickinson
Kathleen Ebbott
Thomas and Victoria
Gary L. Eppling
Alexey Ergin
Marilynne Felderman
Anne Findley
Laura and Mark Fisher
John and Sandy Fitterer
Renee Foster
Barbara and Stephen Fredman
Susan and Paul Freehling
Melissa Frey and William Pridmore
Gabriela Gallegos
Susan Gaud
Gerry Gedroic
Nancy Gerrie
Marjory Gilbert
Peter Ginn
Dana Gliniecki
Patricia Kerwin and Jim Goode
Marcia Goodman
Brian Grady
Maureen Graves
Cynthia Lord and James Gray
Debbie Green and Richard Lipman
Maureen and Mark Greenwood
Heidi Gregori-Gahan
Grace Griffeth
John and Dana Hagenah
Olwen Hahn
Libby and Errol Halperin
Ronald and Diane Hamburger
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Julie Hansen
David and Susan Harnden
Janet and Thomas Harris
David and Beth Hart
Margaret Hathaway
Mair Hill
Genevieve Hillis
Linda Bachelder and Van Holkeboer
Robert Hollister
Jean and George Hull
Mary Humenansky
Maureen and Timothy Hunter
Craig Hutson
Roger and Kathleen Iliff
Annika Jaspers
Tim Johnson
Paul Kaplan
Roy and Judith Kass
Robin Katz
Jeanne and Marlin Keesler
Stephanie and Kevin Kelly
Ronald Kidd and Yvonne Martin-Kidd
Jacqueline and Sheldon Kimel
Pete Kingma
Michael and Patricia Kremin
Robert Kritzler
Chris Lafleur
Dawn Lee
Anne and Olivier Leonetti
Heather and Tom Levin
Julia Lohrmann
Barrington Lopez
Carleen and Jan Lorys
Colleen Loughlin and John Sirek
Felix Lu
Kerith Luchins and Dan Raichel
Matthew Lumadue
Janet Lunsik
Sheetal Manchandia
Amy Mandel
Cecily Mango
Karla and John Marburger
Jamie Marshall and Richard Sobkowiak
Cynthia Martin
Judy and John Mason
Nancy A. McCort
Lori McLeese
Linda and Allan Mellis
Chelsea and Randel Metivier
Melissa M. Mickelberry
Christian Molinaro
J. Dennis Monteverde
James Morsch
Thomas Mulvihill
Tom Nash
John H. Nelson, FAIA ±
Valerie Neylon
Mark Opperman
Sander Ottes and Wouter van Drenth
Sue Pajakowski
HyeKyoung Park
Katherine and Jason Patch
Charles Paule
Jeffrey Peak
Kim Perutz
Cory Pickett
Michael and Nancy Pins
Barbara Porter
Richard Prinz
Georgann and Alan Prochaska
Phyllis Propp
Barbara Quilty
Petra Radke
Harold W. Rees
Jane Reidy
Kathleen A. Ward and Mark Reiter
Eleanor and William Revelle
Adriana  Reyneri
Jacqueline Rice
Kelly Rieckelman
Sara Robertson
Eric Rodriguez
Anita Rogers
Philip A. Rosborough
Debbie Roseen
Bruce Rosenberg and Debbie Solomon
Maureen Ruder
Irene Rundblom and James Cieri
Noreen and James Ryan
Patricia Samata
Susan Obler and John Scanlon
James Schad and Celia Kiela
Robert G. Schaefer, AIA
David Schapel and Mary Anna Planey
Mark Schauerte
Thomas D Schutt
Susan Schwartz
Isaac Serotta and Ceilanne Libber
Rahul Sharma
Megan and Steven Shebik
Kate Sheehy
Erica Sheftel
David and Peggy Shumway
James Siebert
Mary Ellen and Steve Simmons
Stanley Sinsky and Linda Brantman
Edward Sloan
Suzanne Smart
Liza Sobel Crane and Jeffrey Crane
Marilyn Cantisano and Donald Southworth
Lorene J. Stewart
Jennifer Suerth
Mary Summerfield
Randy and Kimberly Syme
Peter and Stacy Szczelina
Kevin Todd
Gregory Tornatore
Jay Tremblay
Corina Tsang
Julia Turner
Eunice Valdivia
John M. VanderLinden and John W. Butler
Joan and John Von Leesen
Sharon L. Vuinovich
Leonard Wall
Dana Weinstein
Julie R. Wheeler, AIA
Cynthia Whybrow
Mr. David Wilber
Tilly Wilhoite
Peggi Winter
Antony Wood
Benjamin Wozniak
Catherine Yung
Alexander Zaharoff
Christine Zrinsky


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