2008 Jury for Categories A (Built, Less than $25 million), B (Built, More than $25 million), and C (Unbuilt)
Dan Noble, FAIA, FACHA
Award Program Chair
Dan Noble is the director of design for HKS, Inc. A 25-year veteran of the design industry, he has experience in master planning, program development, functional planning and conceptual design of projects totaling more than $3 billion in construction costs. His experience spans a wide range of project types including healthcare, commercial, institutional, corporate, mixed-use, and hotel facilities.
Noble has lectured throughout the United States on topical design-related issues. His projects have been honored by the Texas Society of Architects, Progressive Architecture, Texas Architect, AIA Dallas, TADA, the Architecture for Health Facilities Review, AIA Arkansas, and the Modern Healthcare Design Awards. He is a member of the Academy of Architecture for Health Advisory Group, as well as a member of the AIA College of Fellows.
Peter Ellis, FAIA
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
A consulting partner at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Peter Ellis possesses a passion and enthusiasm for his clients, rooted in a deep respect for their culture and environment. His understanding of scale and his meticulous refinement result in projects tailored to their requirements while expressing a unique creative vision. His commissions have received the recognition of both professional associations and major media organizations. To date, 23 awards have been bestowed upon projects under his direction.
An avid speaker and lecturer, Ellis contributes to the continuing dialogue among his peers through his involvement as an adjunct professor with the Illinois Institute of Technology and presentations to the U.S. Green Building Council. Ellis has provided leadership to Skidmore, Owings & Merrill project offices in London, San Francisco, and Chicago. His completed works include commercial, residential, hospitality and healthcare commissions in 14 countries.
Jean Mah, FAIA, FACHA
Perkins + Will
Los Angeles, California
Jean Mah, of Perkins+Will, is recognized as a leading expert in the planning and design of complex, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, bringing transformative ideas to a variety of healthcare planning and design projects. Throughout her 25-year career, she has worked with clients to create first-of-its-kind spaces and is recognized as a national expert in designing flexible environments that encourage collaboration, accommodate advanced technology, and support leading research to develop cures for the most challenging illnesses.
Mah's notable projects include Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, The Johns Hopkins Hospital New Clinical Building in Baltimore, and the RUSH University Medical Center in Chicago—all recognized as among the largest, most complex projects being designed and built in the world today. Her projects have received Modern Healthcare Design Awards and regional AIA awards, and have been published in a number of national publications. In addition to these accomplishments, Mah serves on the firm's board of directors.
Louis Pounders, FAIA
Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects
Louis Pounders cofounded Williamson Pounders Architects in 1983, specializing in institutional, residential, and religious projects. His work has received more than 35 design awards, including the Tunica RiverPark in Mississippi, which received a National AISC Design Award, and the Metropolitan Interfaith Association Headquarters in Memphis, which was a finalist for a 2003 National AIA Honor Award for Architecture. In 2006, Williamson Pounders merged with ANF Architects, where Pounders currently has a college library and university fine arts building under design.
Pounders has served on numerous professional and academic juries, including the 2005 AIA Gold Medal and Architecture Firm Award Jury and the inaugural jury for the 2008 AIA National Healthcare Design Awards. He is a professional advisor for the Ruffin Professorship of Classical Art and Architecture at Rhodes College, and in 2005 was named a Distinguished Alumni of the college. In 2004, Pounders was elected to the AIA College of Fellows for his contributions to design and was named to the GSA's National Register of Peer Professionals.
Anne Schopf, FAIA
Anne Schopf is widely recognized for her leadership in the field of design. With over 24 years of practice, her work highlights the inextricable links that bind our lives and our buildings to the environment, and has been nationally recognized with two consecutive Top Ten Green Project Awards from the AIA Committee on the Environment, as well as numerous design awards at the local, regional, and national levels. She is an Advisory Group member of the AIA National Committee on Design (COD) and a peer reviewer for the General Services Administration Design Excellence program.
Kimberly Stanley, AIA
Stanley Beaman & Sears Architecture and Interiors
Kimberly Stanley is the President of Stanley Beaman & Sears Architecture and Interiors, founded in 1991. Along with her partners, Betsy Beaman and Burn Sears, she developed a collaborative working style and, with an appetite for innovation, started the firm to focus on unique or pioneering projects in healthcare, higher education, and the arts—building types that, in their view, represented “civilization's great institutions.” She received her Bachelor of Arts in Design with a specialty degree in Health Facilities Planning and Design and her Master of Architecture degrees at Clemson University. She has written numerous articles on health facility planning and design. In her career, she has planned and programmed more than four million square feet. Her current projects include: Nemours Orlando Children's Hospital; The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia; A. I. DuPont Children's Hospital; and the University of Iowa Children's Hospital.
2008 Jury for Category D (Innovations in Design Research, Built and Unbuilt)
Scott Miller, AIA, FACHA
Award Program Chair
Scott Miller has 21 years of experience in the profession of Architecture. He specializes in the design of both large and small healthcare facilities and is actively involved in detailed medical planning, programming, master planning, and design of healthcare projects.
Miller's experience covers a wide variety of projects, ranging from childcare centers to large replacement facilities. He has completed numerous master planning projects for major additions and renovations for existing hospitals. He is a past chair of the Academy of Architecture for Health Advisory Group and a member of the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows.
Ron Anderson, MD
Ron Anderson, MD, was named Parkland's CEO in 1982 after serving as medical director for ambulatory care and emergency services at Parkland and head of the Department of Internal Medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. His belief in the equality of all mankind is central in his personal and professional lives. From the beginning, he worked to destroy the glass ceiling for women and, today, over half of Parkland's management positions are held by women.
Recently, Anderson placed 27th on the list of the “100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare in 2007,” which appears in Modern Healthcare magazine; this was the fourth time Anderson has been ranked on the list. Anderson has also been selected as the recipient of the Hall of Fame HEALTH Award from the DFW International Community Alliance, honoring individuals who, through innovations and leadership, have empowered new citizens and minorities to be active and productive members of the community.
Baptist Hospital of Miami
Bo Boulenger was named CEO of Baptist Hospital of Miami in 2006. Previously, he had been CEO at Baptist Health's Homestead Hospital for 15 years.
Boulenger was the recipient of the 2003 Citizen of the Year from the Homestead Civitan Club. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, serves on the South Florida Hospital Association Board of Directors, and is a member of the Homestead Rotary Club and the Homestead-Florida City Military Affairs Committee.
Boulenger is past chairman of the Homestead-Florida City Chamber of Commerce, and director of the Homestead YMCA and Leadership South Dade. He has also provided leadership to the Early Childhood Development Foundation, City of Homestead Community Relations Board and Transportation Committee, Homestead Sports Activity Board, Florida International University President's Advisory Committee, and the Miami Dade College President's Advisory Committee.
Jain Malkin, CID, AAHID
Jain Malkin Inc.
San Diego, California
Jain Malkin is president of Jain Malkin Inc., an interior Architecture firm specializing in healthcare facilities. One of California Medicine magazine's 100 most interesting and influential California healthcare leaders, Malkin is a former instructor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and is the author of Hospital Interior Architecture and Medical and Dental Space Planning: A Comprehensive Guide to Design, Equipment, and Clinical Procedures, both published by John Wiley & Sons, as well as A Visual Reference for Evidence-based Design, published by The Center for Health Design. She was awarded the 1997 Hyde Chair of Excellence at the University of Nebraska College of Architecture and is a board member of The Center for Health Design.
David Moon, AIA, FACHA
San Diego, California
David Moon is the managing principal of Moon Mayoras Architects, Inc. One hundred percent of his firm's work is related to the programming, design, and construction of healthcare facilities. With over 23 years in the specialty of healthcare Architecture, his passion for creating therapeutic Architecture has been at the forefront of his firm's practice, and his projects have been published in industry-leading magazines, including HEALTHCARE DESIGN and Health Facilities Management.
Moon is a former president of the AIA National Academy of Architecture for Health, past-chair of the AIA California Council Health Facilities Committee, trustee of the Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation, and a Fellow of The American College of Healthcare Architects.