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William J. Stanley, III, FAIA, NOMA

In his 37 years in architecture, Mr. Stanley has practiced with some of the premier design firms in Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Europe and Africa. The first African-American graduate of the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology (1972), Mr. Stanley became the south’s youngest African American ever to receive his registration as an architect. Mr. Stanley is the founder of Stanley, Love-Stanley, P.C. and a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (FAIA).

In addition to conceiving numerous award-winning designs, Mr. Stanley’s honors have included being the 1995 recipient of the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Citation, given by the American Institute of Architects to the country’s most socially conscious architect. In 2000, AIA Georgia bestowed upon him the Bernard Rothschild medal, the state’s highest award.