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Aaron Church attended STL Vacancy Collaborative’s Vacancy to Vibrancy Resource Fair on behalf of Pocketparks. The Vacancy to Vibrancy is a Small Grants Program for vacant lot beautification and activation in St. Louis City. Learn more here.

Amy Gilbertson has been selected to present as a panelist at the upcoming AIA Conference on Architecture & Design 2024 in Washington DC. Amy and fellow panelists will discuss strategies aimed at achieving unprecedented accomplishments in both the preservation and seismic retrofitting at Moss Courthouse. The panel titled Having It All: Merging Seismic Retrofit & Historic Preservation, will convene on June 7 at 2 pm at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Amy also presented her journey to Fellowship at the AIA St. Louis ‘The Pathway to Fellowship’ event on February 22.

Ashley Hoolihan has been appointed as an At-Large Member for the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Central Regional Council.

Amanda McAllister was featured in the latest Think Wood  Q+A where she talked about the importance of tracking operational and embodied carbon, how to tackle meeting the goals of the AIA 2030 Commitment and how firms of any size can enhance their sustainability efforts. Read the full interview here.

Nakesha Newsome has been selected as a Board Member and Event Coordinator for the St. Louis Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA).

James Roseberry presented at three notable events held at the historic Post Building in the past quarter, including the ULI Emerging Trends in Real Estate, the Missouri Gateway Green Building Council 2024 Annual State event, and the event “Rebuilding STL from the Inside” hosted by Construction Forum.

Amanda Truemper a board member of the Missouri Chapter, will be a judge for the upcoming creative competition, Odyssey of the Mind, an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Amanda also authored an an article on All-Gender Restroom Design Best Practices. Read the full article here.

Navi Gunalan and Nakesha Newsome recently served as judges for the Maplewood Richmond Heights High School Conics event competition, an event for pre-calculus students to showcase their mastery of conic sections.

Career Fair Season! Trivers team members Neil Chace, Amy Gilbertson, Navi Gunalan, Sam Lang,  Nakesha Newsome, Martin Padilla and Ross Welch engaged with students at career fairs from University of Michigan, Drury University, Washington University, and University of Arkansas last month.  A heartfelt thank you to everyone who took the time to drop by and chat with them about architecture and interior design opportunities at Trivers.

Sam Lang and Christy Utlaut attended the Maryville University Mock Interviews earlier this month.