Anath Ranon Joins Quinn Evans Board

Lorynn Holloway
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Anath Ranon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the Quinn Evans Board of Directors. Ranon is an architect and principal with the firm. She is based in the firm’s Baltimore, Maryland, office, and will serve as the Board representative for the Baltimore geographic region. She joined Quinn Evans in 2005.

“Through her decades of service to the profession, Anath has honed a keen sense of balance to optimize stewardship and contemporary design in historic and community places,” states Alyson Steele, Quinn Evans’ president and CEO. “With the national Architectural Billings Index showing more than 50% of 2022 architectural fees going toward work on existing buildings, Anath’s service on the Board will help guide our practice toward continued success and leadership in revitalizing our built environment.”

The Board now consists of the following members:

Alyson Steele, FAIA, LEED AP, President and CEO
Tom Jester, FAIA, FAPT, LEED AP, Principal and Chief Operating Officer
Ann Dilcher, AIA, LEED AP, Principal
Charles Piper, AIA, Principal
Kathryn Slattery, AIA, LEED AP, Principal
Richard Hess, AIA, Principal
Anath Ranon, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal
Larry Barr, FAIA, Senior Principal and Immediate Past President – non-voting
Saundra Little, FAIA, LEED AP, NOMA, Principal –non-voting

The Board of Directors provides high-level advice, guidance, and fiduciary oversight to the Quinn Evans executive team, and selects officers as well as the trustees for the firm’s 401k plan. All of the members reflect excellence in professional practice, management, and mentoring. Two non-voting members enrich the board’s counsel with insights and expertise gained from decades-long careers in the architectural profession.

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