NSW President of AIA
Kathlyn Loseby is President NSW of Australian Institute of Architects. She has a passion for the built environment developed over 30 years of practice in the architectural profession, balanced with a business acumen secured by the principles learnt from an MBA and GAICD. Her key concerns are quality design and a built environment that respects all persons in our community, one that also protects and embraces sustainable business practices. Her experience has been across various building typologies for design, documentation and site services. These include Hotel, Apartment, Residential, Office (Commercial), Education (child care, primary and secondary), Aged care, hospital, industrial and heritage buildings. She has appreciated multiple perspectives from experience working for US, UK and Australian businesses. Kathlyn is a Fellow (FRAIA) and the President of the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, she is presently heading up a group of industry leaders from across key organisations to develop widely informed policy positions and take cooperative action to improve the built environment.
See Kathlyn speak at Towards Urban Transformation: Perspectives from WSU Architecture.