Janice Wittschiebe - Stevens & Wilkinson - Atlanta, GA

ATLANTA, Ga. (August 31, 2020) – Stevens & Wilkinson (S&W), a full-service architectureengineering and interior design firm, is proud to announce that Janice Wittschiebe, AIA, NCIDQ, LEED AP, was selected to join the Urban Land Institute (ULI) of Atlanta’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI)’s first cohort of The Leaders.

The Leaders is a recognized group of women who are selected by their peers as having demonstrated leadership and expertise in real estate development, land use, city building, and their communities. This exclusive and esteemed group of women was created to advance WLI’s mission of recognizing and giving visibility to women in the real estate and land use industry.

“Wittschiebe’s dedication to being active in her role as a female leader, mentor, and advocate in the architectural community are only a few of the reasons why she’s deserving of this honor,” states Ron Stang, principal and chairman of the firm’s Board of Directors. “Her involvement spans decades, and includes being an active member, sitting on the board of various organizations at her alma mater Georgia Institute of Technology, AIA Atlanta, and being appointed by the Governor of Georgia to the State Licensing Board for Architects and Interior Designers.”

Wittschiebe also devotes significant amounts of her time to a number of professional and non-profit organizations that concentrate on professional development and leadership as well as the mentorship of students, interns, and peers. Her dedication to nurturing others in the A/E/I/C industry is evident through her multi-year involvement with, “Women in Architecture,” as a design instructor at Georgia Tech, and through her support of the Georgia Tech Architecture student mentoring program.

To date, Wittschiebe has been providing professional services since 1980 as a project architect, project manager, and principal for a number of diverse projects. She is a registered architect, interior designer, and LEED accredited professional, providing multifaceted expertise and understanding of her projects. After 22 years of co-managing a female-owned architectural and interior design firm, Richard, Wittschiebe Hand (RWH), Wittschiebe joined S&W in 2014 as Principal, becoming the second female to join the firm’s Board of Directors since its founding in 1919.

For a complete list of The Leader’s first cohort, visit: https://atlanta.uli.org/get-involved/leadership-initiatives/womens-leadership-initiative/the-leaders/.

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About Stevens & Wilkinson: Founded in 1919, Stevens & Wilkinson is a full-service architectureengineering and interior design firm committed to providing clients with “Smart Design Solutions.” The firm’s combined design capabilities lead to projects executed with creative, innovative and holistic design solutions. Learn more: www.stevens-wilkinson.com