Curriculum vitae of lilia gomez-lanier 2024 Castleway Drive ne



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2024 Castleway Drive NE

Atlanta, Georgia 30345

Cell: (404) 583-5337

Home: (404) 327-4802

Email: lanierfam4@comcast.net


Objective
Obtain tenure and promotion in the Department of Textile, Merchandising and Interiors, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Georgia
Education

Argosy University

EdD Doctoral Candidate: Leadership in Education 2013


Georgia State University

Master of Anthropology 1998


Georgia Institute of Technology

Master of Architecture 1984

Bachelor of Science in Architecture 1982
Credentials
Academic Affiliations & Achievements
Member of 2014-2015 University of Georgia's Academy of Fellows

Member of 2014-2015 Sustainability Across the Curriculum Faculty Learning Community at University of Georgia

Member of 2014-2015 Teaching Faculty Learning Community at University of Georgia

Member of 2013-2014 Learning of Assess Faculty Learning Community at University of Georgia

Member of 2013–2015 Dean Advisory Committee, College of Family and Consumer Services

Member of Graduate Studies Committee, College of Family and Consumer Services

Master's Thesis Committee Member for Brittany Reef, Graduate student in the TMI program of the College of Family and Consumer Services

Nominated for 2013 TMI Faculty of the Year


Scholarship of Teaching Presentations:

Gomez-Lanier, Lilia (2014). ADA from a Designer's Point of View. International Interior Designer Association Continuing Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.



Gomez-Lanier, Lilia (2014). Community of Practice Influence on Nontraditional Students' Persistence in Online and Traditional Learning Environments. SoTL Conference, Savannah, Georgia.
Gomez-Lanier, Lilia (2014). The Effects of Role Playing and Cooperative Learning in an Interior Design Open Studio Community. SoTL Conference, Athens, Georgia.
Gomez-Lanier, Lilia (2014). Teamwork in Student Led Historic Preservation at the Lumpkin House: A Case Study. Georgia Association of Historians Conference, Athens, Georgia.

Academic Work experience
University of Georgia

Assistant Professor | 20014 Spring


  • TXMI 2360 Studio I Design Communication: Course covers the use of tool, symbols and skills necessary for hand drafting construction documents. Students become familiar with all types of construction documents, such as floor plans, elevations, sections, details, schedule and specifications. Space planning methodology and graphic methods for visualization, communicating and producing design solutions for interior spaces emphasized.




  • TXMI 4300 Studio IV Universal and Sustainable Residential Design: Evaluation, design and advanced space planning of residential environments. Projects emphasize sustainability, accessibility, adaptation, safety and support of the user and environmental psychology.




  • TXMI 4350 History of Design, Interiors and Furnishings: Course surveys the architecture, interiors and furnishings of the western world from Ancient Egypt through 1850.




  • TXMI 4370 History of Design, Interiors and Furnishings: Course surveys the architecture, interiors and furnishings of the western world from 1850 to present day.




  • TXMI 5310 Studio VI Advanced Residential Design Methods: Evaluation, design, and advanced space planning of residential environments. Specific consideration for sustainability, accessibility, adaptation, safety, and support of the user and environmental psychology.




  • TXMI 5320 Professional Practice: This course examines the business practices and principles used by the professionals in the interior design Industry.


Art Institute of Atlanta

Adjunct Faculty Professor | 2012 to 2013 Spring


  • Problems in Residential Design Studio: Studio focuses on interior design issues influencing residential institutional spaces that accommodate the elderly living in retirement communities.




  • Healthcare Design Studio: Studio focuses on the complex spatial arrangements, design issues, sustainability, and way finding of hospitals.


Art Institute of Atlanta

Full Time Faculty Professor | 2003 to 2012
Developed coursework that integrated real-world projects with CIDA accreditation learning objectives. Assisted the Department Chair with advising students on course selection and sequencing. Acted as the faculty advisor for the IIDA student chapter. Initiated IIDA student chapter, guided IIDA student chapter’s lunch-n-learn series, and coordinated participation in various local community projects, such as Home-Aid Atlanta. Served on the Interior Design Department’s CIDA re-accreditation team, faculty member of the Library Committee, Faculty Development Committee, and Mentorship Committee. Earned Student Idea Survey evaluation score rating of 4.5 to 4.8 out of 5.

Studio and Lecture Courses:




  • Space Planning Studio: Studio introduction to the complexities of programming and spatial arrangements of public spaces with an emphasis on Proxemics, Ergonomics, Universal Design, and the impact of building systems and codes on planning.




  • Design Process Studio: Studio introduction to programming and spatial arrangements of a private residence with exploration of design themes and their spatial arrangements.




  • Residential Interior Design Development Studio: Studio relating specific interior design issues to single-family residences with emphasis in kitchen, bath, and common areas.




  • Corporate Design Studio: Studio focuses on the complex spatial arrangements and design problems of corporate office spaces.




  • Problems in Residential Design Studio: Studio focuses on interior design issues influencing residential institutional spaces that accommodate the elderly living in retirement communities.




  • Advanced Corporate Design Studio: Studio emphasizes complex design issues and their effects on sustainability in corporate office spaces. Design solutions revolve around LEED certification. The student Katie Moulder won the IIDA Georgia’s 2010 Undergraduate Student Design Award for her Meredith Publishing project in the Advanced Corporate Design Class.




  • Healthcare Design Studio: Studio focuses on the complex spatial arrangements, design issues, sustainability, and way finding of hospitals.




  • Building Systems and Codes: Lecture course and introduction to the effects of building systems and codes on interior spaces.




  • Professional Practice: Lecture course and introduction to the strategies and ethics of professional practice for interior designers.




  • Beginning Detailing: Course introduction into detailing and designing interior spaces.




  • Advanced Detailing: Course in detailing complex interior spaces with an emphasis on specifications and sustainability.


Art Institute of Atlanta

Adjunct Faculty Professor | 2002
Taught Architectural Drafting studio that was an introduction into the fundamental principles of drafting as a language.
Professional Work experience
Gensler | 1998 to 1999

Project Architect, Project Manager, Senior Interior Designer
Project Type: Commercial Corporate Interiors

Executive Suites, Denver Colorado

New Corporate Office 25,000 SF

Responsibility: Designer and Project Architect responsible for programming, space planning, construction planning, construction documentation, and administration.


Executive Suites, Carlsbad California

Renovation of an existing retail space into a corporate office 10,000 SF

Responsibility: Project Architect/Manager responsible for programming, construction documents, and administration of project.
GE Office Suites

Coordination of construction documents and construction administration for various GE office suites located throughout the Southwest and Midwest.

Responsibility: Project Architect
Church’s Chicken, Atlanta Georgia

New Corporate Headquarters Office 22,000 SF

Responsibility: Project Architect responsible for programming, space planning, and design development drawings for a new corporate headquarters.

MSTSD | 1995 to 1997

Project Architect, Project Manager, Senior Interior Designer
Project Type: Commercial Corporate Interiors

Equitable Real Estate / Yarmouth, Atlanta Georgia

New Corporate Headquarters Office 180,000 SF

Responsibility: Designer and Project Architect responsible for programming, space planning, construction documentation and administration of new 10 floor corporate headquarters.


Project Type: Commercial Corporate Interiors

Powell Goldstein, Atlanta Georgia

Renovation of an existing 80,000 SF corporate law office

Responsibility: Project Architect in charge of programming, space planning, and development of construction documents.


Project Type: Retail
Buckhead Place Retail Super Center, Atlanta Georgia

New 120,000 SF Multi-anchor retail center

Responsibility: Project Architect assisting in construction administration of new, two level retail center.
Project Type: Institutional

Bacon County – Georgia Department of Family and Children’s Services

New 10,000 SF Headquarters for DFCS.

Responsibility: Project Architect in charge of programming and space planning.


Project Type: Institutional

Howard County Department of Family and Children’s Services

New 18,000 SF Headquarters for DFCS

Responsibility: Project Architect in charge of programming and space planning.



THOMPSON, VENTULETT, STAINBACK & ASSOCIATES | 1990 to 1995

Project Architect, Senior Interior Designer
Project Type: Retail

University Mall Food Court, Pensacola Florida

New 30,000 SF food court addition to an existing regional mall

Responsibility: Project Architect overseeing development of construction documents and execution of the project. Interior designer responsible for selection of finishes and furniture specification.


Project Type: Retail

Akers Mill Square Renovation, Atlanta Georgia

Exterior renovation of an existing suburban one level retail shopping center.

Responsibility: Project Architect leading development of design and project documents.


Project Type: Retail

Eastland Mall Food Court Renovation, Charlotte North Carolina

Renovation of an existing 28,000 SF food court located in a three level regional mall.

Responsibility: Project Architect overseeing construction administration.


Project Type: Retail

Regency Square Mall Expansion, Jacksonville Florida

A one-story expansion to an existing regional mall. The expansion brought in the mall’s total leasable SF to 1.2 million SF.

Responsibility: Project Architect overseeing development of design, construction documents and administration. Interior Designer responsible for selection of finishes and furniture specification.


Project Type: Retail

Regency Square Mall Renovation, Jacksonville Florida

Renovation of an existing one level regional mall.

Responsibility: Staff Architect assisting in the execution of construction documents and construction administration.


Foodworks at Rockaway Townsquare, Rockaway Township New Jersey

A 21,000 SF expansion of an existing regional mall

Responsibility: Staff Architect assisting in the development of construction documents.
Project Type: Commercial Corporate Interiors
Merrill Lynch, Wichita Kansas

A 7,609 SF corporate branch office.


Merrill Lynch, Lake Charles Louisiana

A 5,715 SF branch office.


Merrill Lynch, Memphis Tennessee

A 13,787 SF district office.


Merrill Lynch, Bradenton Florida

A 12,000 SF branch office.


Merrill Lynch, Atlanta Georgia

An 8,000 SF branch office

Responsible for all above projects. Project Architect overseeing space planning design, execution of construction documents and administration. Interior Designer guiding selection of finishes and furniture specification.
Merrill Lynch, Tampa Florida

An 8,000 SF district office

Responsibility: Project Architect overseeing construction administration.
Merrill Lynch, Jacksonville Florida

A 30,000 SF district office

Responsibility: Staff Architect assisting in the development of construction documents.
Project Type: Facilities Management
Nations Bank, State of Georgia

Responsibility: Ongoing survey reviews of facilities.


Project Type: Convention Center
Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach California

A new 390,000 SF convention center.

Responsibility: Interior Designer assisting in the execution of construction documents and selection of and specification of finishes.

Cooper Carrey & Associates | 1987 to 1990

Staff Architect, Interior Designer
Project Type: Commercial / Office

Barnett Bank Conference / Cafeteria Center, Jacksonville Florida

A 120,000 SF facility located within Barnett Bank’s national headquarters office campus. The two-story building primarily served as a conference / training facility for employees and guest. The building also contained a daycare center and recreational amenities.

Responsibility: Staff Architect assisting in the development of construction documents.


Ashford Center, Atlanta Georgia

A 150,000 SF speculative office building

Responsibility: Intern Architect assisting with the development of documents.
Project Type: Hotel
Springfield Marriott Hotel Renovation, Springfield Massachusetts

Renovation of an existing 250 room hotel

Responsibility: Intern Architect assisting in the development of documents.

Niles Bolton & Associates | 1984 to 1987

Project Architect
Project Type: Residential
Brighton Close Condominiums, Nashville Tennessee

A single family cluster condominium project

Responsibility: Intern Architect assisting with the development of documents.
Post Properties, Atlanta Georgia

Various apartment complexes

Responsibility: Intern Architect assisting with the development of documents.

profesional ceu courses
American Institute of Architects Member CEU Summary
2013 Total Learning Units: 58, Total HSW Units: 57, Total SD Units: 39

Healthcare Facilities I

Senior Living

Building Systems for Designers: Heating and Cooling

Building for Senior Living: Alzheimer's & Congregate Care

Green Design: Economics of Green Building

Architect's Essentials of Cost Management Estimating Tools

Building for Senior Living: Long-Term Care & Assisted Living

Green Design: Sustainable Lighting Design

Green Design: Brownfield Redevelopment

LEED: Introduction to Indoor Environmental Quality

Green Design: Perspectives on Innovation

Green Building: Commercial High Performance Guidelines Part 2
2012 Total Learning Units: 24, Total HSW Units: 21, Total SD Units: 13

Heating and Cooling: Building Systems

Green Design: Economics of Green Design

Planning for residents with Alzheimer's

Planning for long term care and assisted living buildings

LEED Brownfield Redevelopment

LEED : Introduction to Indoor Environmental Quality

Green Design: Commercial High Performance Buildings


2011Total Learning Units: 37, Total HSW Units: 13, SD Units: 1

2010 Total Learning Units: 30, Total HSW Units: 30, Total SD Units: 28

2009 Total Learning Units: 30, Total HSW Units 30, Total SD Units: 25

2008 Total Learning Units: 23, Total HSW Units 22, Total SD Units: 0



Credentials
Professional Affiliations & Achievements
American Institute of Architects (AIA)

International Interior Design Association (IIDA)

American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)

Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC)

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ)

LEED AP ID+C
Served on the 2010-2012 IIDA Georgia Board as Chair of the Scholarship Committee. Led the IIDA GA Scholarship Committee’s development of the new student competition awards program that IIDA GA will implement in 2013. Acted, as guest lecturer for IIDA GA’s 2011-2012 NCIDQ Preparatory Class. Served on the 1990-1991 AIA Atlanta's Executive Board.

pROFICIENCIES, REFERENCES AND Personal interests

computer skills
Knowledge of AutoCAD, MS Office Suite, Specification Writing,

references
Laura Bailey May, FIIDA

Owner/Principal

MB Group

Phone: (404) 234-1160

Email: lmb_mbgroup@comcast.net

 

Michael Kleeman, NCIDQ



Department Coordinator - Design

The Art Institute of Atlanta

Phone: (770) 689-4991

Email: ckleeman@aii.edu

 

Lori Rush, ASID



Former Chair, Interior Design Department

The Art Institute of Atlanta

Phone: (404) 252-7628

Email: ellalaraine@gmail.com








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