Continuing IA Interior Architects’ strong commitment to the Atlanta community, the company is pleased to announce that Jodi Borges-Bradley, LEED AP, NCIDQ, is joining the firm as managing director of its Atlanta office. Jodi brings more than 20 years of experience and will focus primarily on the continued growth of IA’s presence in Atlanta. She is a dedicated, client-focused leader who thrives on mentoring teams and building relationships.
Recently named the CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Atlanta chapter president-elect for 2019, she is presently serving her second year as a director on the board. Jodi is a trailblazer in the Atlanta design and architecture community and has received numerous industry accolades including the CREW Atlanta Shining Light Award in 2014 and the 2018 Member to Member Business award, as well as two design Awards of Excellence from ASID in 2014 and 2015.
She will graduate this year from the Atlanta Women’s Foundation inaugural leadership program, Inspire Atlanta. Additionally, Jodi is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events, and was featured with Equity Extend for AIA Georgia and Synchronicity in the Arts keynote event.
“The unlimited potential of Atlanta, with its unique draw, booming development, and connected market, fosters unlimited growth potential,” says Borges-Bradley. “My passion has always been to inspire solutions that create change, and develop talent, making IA the ideal fit. I am energized to join such a progressive organization and continue to build a stronger presence for IA in Atlanta.”
To accommodate the continued growth of the overall firm, Angelo LeBron, former managing principal of the Atlanta office, will be moving into a global position as IA’s director of resource management and utilization. In this position, Angelo will be responsible for developing and managing processes, methods, and technologies, as well as synergizing our 20 offices’ operations and coordination.