In continuing our strategic effort to implement a long-term leadership development plan, the board recently recognized members of the studio for their efforts in advancing the firm and demonstrating INVISION’s core values.
Six employees were recently recognized with new leadership designations. These titles, associate and senior associate, are given to employees who strongly embody our culture of design excellence while building leadership qualities in those around them. The recipients include registered interior designer and senior associate Angie Nees, project coordinator and associate Cody Mills, architect and associate Maggie Watkins, architect and associate Evan Shaw, project coordinator and associate Justin Bailey and architect and associate Shannon McGee.
The initial strategic effort to implement a long-term leadership plan by the company started over five years ago. In 2020, INVISION began using this process to recognize individuals for their leadership as associate and senior associate.
Associate: the largest and most professionally diverse group of leaders in our firm. While each associate’s specific craft and interest varies, each consistently offer project and team leadership while building leadership qualities in those around them.
Senior Associates: embody our firm’s culture of design excellence, environmental leadership, innovation and are known for being excellent collaborators. They are passionate influencers, energetic mentors and bring unique value through specific subject matter expertise.
As we pursue a goal of enriching lives through architecture, core values guide the design process. Our success as a firm is deeply rooted in each employee’s values, contributions and sphere of influence.
We are proud to announce and congratulate our new associates and senior associate.