Organization

Executive Board


Chairperson

Garfield L. Peart, MBA, AIA, LEED Green Associate
Syntony Design Collaborative, LLC

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Past Chairperson

Hebrew Dixon
Circle D Enterprises


Vice-Chairperson

H. Lee Jarboe, CPSM
JE Dunn Construction


Fundraising Director

Ken Higa, MBA, AIA
THE BECK GROUP


Secretary

Nicholas Forest
Quest Community Development Organization

Chip Bullock
Director of Finance

Chip Bullock, Jr., AIA
LEED AP BD+C
Building Systems Design, Inc.


Director of Education

Richard DuCree, AIA
Fulton County

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Director of Marketing and PR
Stephano A. Delorenza, MBA
InterContinental Hotels Group


Summer Academy Director

Bryan Houser, AIA, NOMA
InterContinental Hotels Group

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Chairman Emeritas | Founder

Oscar Harris, FAIA
Atlanta Center for Creative Inquiry

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NOMA Representative
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Advisory Board

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Oscar Harris, FAIA

Atlanta Center for Creative Inquiry, Founder

Chip Bullock
Chip Bullock, Jr., AIA
LEED AP BD+C
Building Systems Design, Inc.

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Jeffrey L. Robinson, NOMA, AIA

JW Robinson & Associates, Inc.

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Ken Gwinner, AIA

Past President of AIA Atlanta
Greenline, LLC.

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Nebil Sedki, PE

Sedki & Russ

Lead ACCI Professor

Marietta Coleman Monaghan, Professor, Kennesaw State University 

Marietta MoynahanMarietta Coleman Monaghan has a life-long passion for good design, but her early adulthood was spent as a professional athlete, training and showing fine horses and students in Combined Training Events and horse shows all over the Southern states and California. Her day job was in sales, promoting manufacturer’s products to architects and builders and bidding on construction projects for her specialty lines as a subcontractor. Later, she went into the landscaping business with her husband. He managed the crews while she designed the planting, managed light construction and sales. Since Marietta had a Bachelors in Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing as well as in Art History (double major) these activities all came easily to her.

Later, Marietta went back to school to earn her MA in Art History, taking many classes at night. Under the guidance of her professor she decided to pursue a PhD at Georgia Tech, where she also took another master’s degree, this time in Architectural History. She has taught at Kennesaw State University for over 10 years in the Architecture and Construction Management department, where she teaches both studio and architecture culture classes.

Originally from Birmingham AL, Marietta currently lives in Marietta, GA, only a couple of miles from KSU. Here she gardens and paints and continues a long-term plan for remodeling her house. She is active in outreach programs such as the Future Cities Competition, Science Olympiad, and working with the PSLSAMP program and the Alpha Rho Chi (architecture) fraternity at KSU. Giving back to the community has always been a high priority for Marietta, and she is delighted to be involved in ACCI’s exciting programs.