The Boston Society for Architecture has announced their 2022 Board of Directors and Elected Committees and Delegations Selection. We are pleased to announce that Andrea Love, has been elected to the position of 1st Vice President/President-Elect and Calvin Boyd II, has been elected to the Ethics Committee.
Andrea Love, AIA, LEED Fellow
I am committed to supporting the BSA’s strategic priorities of decarbonization of the built environment, equity within the profession, design excellence, and community engagement. I would prioritize advocacy and education around these issues to continue to support firms in addressing the challenges we face, such as climate change and inequity. I will advocate for prioritizing the BSA’s budget and resources to address these urgent issues. I have spent my career advancing and pushing for work that can be both sustainable and beautiful, while being made more equitable for all. I would continue this pursuit as the 2023 BSA president.
Calvin Boyd, II
My early-career nomination to the Ethics Committee was intentional. For the BSA to continue its transformation into an association able to handle the ethical quandaries of the future, they have aptly chosen to invest in rising talent. Whether it be volunteer work, scholastic achievements, or speaking engagements, my pursuits have always dealt directly with modern ethical concerns and what it means to be a community-oriented, emotionally intelligent architect. Additionally, as an African American designer, I’m particularly interested in issues of race and social equity, and will bring that perspective to the committee.
The BSA has the opportunity to lead both local and national conversations on these issues, and I am committed to fostering vibrant community discussion, building consensus, and guiding our profession toward a just, equitable, and ethical practice.