Faces of FAY: Bill Eubanks

Faces of FAY: Bill Eubanks

Bill Eubanks (B.L.A. ’81) is a licensed landscape architect who currently serves as the creative director of Seamon Whiteside in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. During this conversation, he shared how he gives back to his profession through ASLA involvement, and discussed the importance of mentoring. 

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Faces of FAY: Kelsey Mork

Faces of FAY: Kelsey Mork

Kelsey Mork (B.L.A. ’14) is a historical landscape architect who owns a consulting business working directly with the National Park Service. In this conversation, Mork shares her path to becoming a historical landscape architect and discusses the variety of projects she’s worked on with the National Park Service Alaska Regional Office. 

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Faces of FAY: Michael Lejong

Faces of FAY: Michael Lejong

Michael Lejong (B.Arch. ’96) is LEED accredited and a licensed architect at MAHG Architecture in Fort Smith, where he has been a principal partner since 2001. Lejong, who will serve as the chair of the AIA Small Firm Exchange in 2020, shared why he stays involved in the American Institute of Architects.

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Faces of FAY: Cindy Pruitt

Faces of FAY: Cindy Pruitt

Cindy Pruitt (B.Arch. ’95) is a principal at Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects in Little Rock. During this conversation, Pruitt discusses her mindset when she takes on a new project and how she balances her personal life and career. 

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Faces of FAY: Lori Yazwinski Santa-Rita

Faces of FAY: Lori Yazwinski Santa-Rita

Lori Yazwinski Santa-Rita (B.Arch. ’05) is a partner at Jennings + Santa-Rita Architects in Fayetteville, and she is the current president of AIA Arkansas. In this conversation, she shared why she is passionate about both architecture and her involvement with the American Institute of Architects. 

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Faces of FAY: Selwyn Bachus II

Faces of FAY: Selwyn Bachus II

Selwyn Bachus II (B.Arch. ’19) is a recent Fay Jones School grad who will be teaching for a year at Creighton Prep High School in Omaha, Nebraska. We spoke with Bachus during his final semester as an architecture student, and he talked about his plans for the future and his interest in bringing architecture to the black community.

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