Patty Lampert, AIA Cleveland Executive Director 
AIA Cleveland 


Thursday, March 18, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM EDT
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AIA Cleveland Connect Mentor Mixer


Please join us as we kick off our first Mentor Mixer of the year. The event will consist of a panel discussion on the topic of “Working Hard through Hard Economic Times” led by Jud Kline. Panelists will include Elizabeth Murphy of Perspectus Architecture, John Williams of Process Creative Studios, Jack Bialosky of Bialosky Cleveland, and Tim Hunksicker of ABWE International’s Project Office.

The event will be a great opportunity to learn more about some of our current mentors and after the event, any proteges seeking a mentor will be able to submit their desired selections from the mentor catalog. They will then be paired with a mentor in the following weeks.

Program is free for all AIA Cleveland Members & Students.

Non-Members is $5.00

1 LU Credit

Zoom information will be sent before event.

Follow this link to register to be an AIA Cleveland  mentor or protege:



Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr., FAIA, LEED AP

Jack Bialosky leads Bialosky Cleveland, a multi-disciplinary design firm recognized for design, practice, and culture. As a visionary practitioner, Jack is continually evolving his firm, prioritizing the path to leadership for young professionals. At the helm, Jack not only stands as a practice leader, but a design leader. As an accomplished architect and planner, Jack prioritizes design integrity and the human experience. His firm embodies these principles, declaring architecture is never incidental, but “always by design”. Throughout his career, Jack has earned widespread respect as a trusted community leader and facilitator. He believes architects are uniquely suited to serve their communities and embeds this philosophy of servant-leadership in his practice and AIA. Jack has served under four successive mayors as a leading architectural voice on behalf of the City of Cleveland, and presently chairs the Downtown Cleveland Design Review. He was elevated to the College of Fellows within the American Institute of Architects in 2017. He was awarded the AIA Ohio Gold Medal in 2020.


Tim Hunsicker, AIA

Tim Hunsicker is the director of ABWE International's Project Office.  The Project Office consists of 23 families performing architectural planning, engineering, and construction on mission related facilities around the world.  Prior to joining ABWE he was a principal at CBLH Design where he led project teams in healthcare, library, and high education design.  He as a passion to see people use their talents to improve the life of others.


Judson A. Kline, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP

President of CIVITAD Services, LLC, an Adjunct Professor in the Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design and North Coast College. Judson holds a BArch from Miami University with studies at the Architecture Association and Case Western Reserve University.

An Orange Village, Ohio councilman, planning commissioner, design review board and sustainable building committee member. He was AIA Cleveland and Ohio President, member of the Diversity Council, Center for Civic Leadership, K-12 Education Committees and co-chaired AIA’s WIA in 2012. Receiving AIA Ohio’s Public Service Award in 2009, he is an AIA Fellow served as Ohio Valley Regional Representative.


Elizabeth Murphy, FAIA

Elizabeth Murphy, FAIA is an accomplished architect dedicated solely to preservation and restoration technology and design. She consults with building owners and architects regarding state and federal rehabilitation tax credits, design related to old or historic structures, detailed restoration specifications, historic interiors and design guidelines for historic urban centers.

Elizabeth is the 2012 recipient of the AIA Ohio Gold Medal, the highest honor bestowed on an individual architect. She is past chair of the Advisory Group for the American Institute of Architects National Committee on Historic Resources and a Professional Peer for the GSA Design Excellence and First Impressions Programs. She has served on several design awards juries and is past president of AIA Ohio.


John C. Williams AIA IIDA

As a registered architect, award-winning designer, and founder/principal of Process Creative Studios, John has over twenty-five years of experience in the design profession. He has been responsible for commercial projects over 100,000 sf in size, and the development of prototype designs and brand identities for a number of national start-up retail chains. He also oversaw, as architect and part owner, several historic preservation tax credit projects in the Ohio City Market District. The diversity of his work spans multiple disciplines, ranging from urban redevelopment and interior architecture to lighting and furniture design.

In addition to supporting many arts and nonprofit organizations in Northeast Ohio, John currently serves on the boards of the Contemporary Arts Society, an affiliate group of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Roots of American Music (ROAM), a nonprofit that brings traditional music to diverse and disadvantaged communities. He recently stepped off the boards of Friends of Photography (another CMA affiliate group) and SPACES, an internationally recognized, artist-run nonprofit gallery dedicated to experimental art. For both organizations, John held board leadership positions, including President and Immediate Past President.