Anne Kolman Smith, FAIA, was first appointed to the Georgia State Board of Architects and Interior Designers in 2004. Smith is currently enjoying her third term and has served as president since 2005. Smith’s colleagues in Region 3 recognized her affinity for leadership by electing her secretary, chair, and vice chair of the conference. Her extensive committee service includes membership on several ARE Subcommittees, Broadly Experienced Architect Committee, NAAB Visiting Team, and the Governance Task Force/Regional Leadership Committee.
Smith is a partner in the firm of Lominack Kolman Smith Architects located in Savannah, GA, where she has practiced since 1985. Lominack Kolman Smith Architects is a small firm specializing in historic preservation, sustainable design, and many unique projects that have been recognized for excellence. Smith and her firm have received numerous awards for their work and service.
As an active member of her professional community, she has served as president of both AIA Savannah and AIA Georgia. AIA Georgia bestowed its highest honor, the Rothschild Award, to Smith in 2010, and AIA Savannah awarded her the Kolman Award in 2007.