National Executive Committee
The ACA National Executive Committee (NEC) is guided by the ACA Strategic Plan. The committee works to identify opportunities and needs relating to the business of architecture. This includes exploring new initiatives, developing resources, and coordinating and supporting state and territory activities.
The entire management of the ACA business and its financial operations are vested in the NEC, under the leadership of the CEO.
National President & ACA SA President
John leads the ongoing strategic development of the ACA. John’s areas of interest include communication and collaborative practice models, particularly BIM. John is a director of Russell and Yelland in Adelaide.
Chief Executive Officer
As ACA’s National CEO, Angelina is responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of the ACA business plan and executing a robust framework of support services for architectural practices.
Vice President & ACA NSW/ACT President
Agi is focused on building communities within architecture, and on strengthening the ACA community in New South Wales and the ACT. Agi is director of Sterling Architects.
Secretary & ACA VIC/TAS President
Paul focuses on the development of tools to assist ACA members to run effective, efficient and profitable practices. Paul is a director of FPPV Architecture in Melbourne.
ACA WA President
Kukame’s key priority is to proactively engage with ACA members, industry and government – listening to the issues and advocating for better policy and business conditions. Kukame is the Perth Studio Chair at Woods Bagot.
ACA QLD/NT President
Gilda is the Studio Director of GHDWoodhead (Qld), where she leads a diverse team to deliver large infrastructure projects primarily in the health, transport and defence sectors.
ACA National Treasurer Delegate
Matthew is a qualified Chartered Accountant and a Director at JPE Design Studios where he is responsible for all financial matters and studio administration across projects.