Read about the Washington State Board for Architects members
The mission of the Washington State Board for Architects is to safeguard life, health, property and promote public welfare through licensure and regulation of the practice of architecture in Washington.
How much of a time commitment is serving on the board?
Board members serve 6-year terms. The board meets about 4 times a year, including meetings at colleges with architecture degree programs. Members may also choose to attend outreach events or conferences.
Are board members paid?
Travel expenses are reimbursable and members are eligible to receive up to $50/day when conducting board business.
|Scott Harm - Puyallup, WA||Chair||June 17, 2025|
|Susan Cooley - Oak Harbor, WA||Vice Chair||June 17, 2026|
|Paul Wu - Kirkland, WA||Secretary||June 17, 2027|
|Erica Loynd - Seattle, WA||Member||June 17, 2028|
|Roch Manley - Vancouver, WA||Member||June 17, 2024|
|Sian Roberts - Mercer Island, WA||Member||June 17, 2027|
Who's on the board?
The board consists of 7 members:
- 6 registered architects who:
- Are residents of Washington State.
- Have at least 8 years experience in responsible charge of architectural work or teaching.
- 1 member of the general public who:
- Is a resident of Washington State.
- Isn't, and never has been, a registered architect.
- Doesn't employ, and isn't employed by or associated with, an architect.