William J. Stanley, III, FAIA, NOMA

William "Bill" J. Stanley, III, FAIA, NOMA was the first black graduate of Georgia Tech's College of Architecture! Bill and his wife, Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA, NOMA have developed an award-winning architectural practice, which began in 1977. He is Principal for Design and Business Development while Ms. Love-Stanley is Managing Principal is responsible for programming, contract administration and production. Stanley, Love-Stanley, P.C. is one of the largest African-American design practices in the country concentrating in architecture, planning, program management and interior design throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Bill is a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (FAIA), the President of AIA Georgia and the 1995 recipient of the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Citation given as one of the Institute's highest honors to the country's most socially conscious architect. For the years 2006 - 2009, he will represent the State of Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina as the South Atlantic Regional Director to the National Board of AIA. Bill was one of the founders of Georgia Tech's Dual Degree Engineering program with the Atlanta University Center (AUC) and taught in that program for seventeen years.

In 1999, AIA Georgia bestowed upon him the Bernard Rothschild medal - State's highest award. He also is the past National President of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA); past President of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta; Architectural Record Magazine's Advisory Board; Georgia Institute of Technology's National Advisory Board and its Alumni Association Board of Trustees; the National Board of Planned Parenthood Federation of America; Secretary of the Morris Brown College Board of Trustees; Southwest YMCA Board; St. Paul A.M.E. Church Trustee and Steward Boards; Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Kappa Boulé; Chairman of the Herndon Foundation Board; Atlanta Life Financial group Board; and numerous other affiliations.


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