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Dallas Market Center’s ArchLIGHT Summit Adds to Advisory Board

The ArchLIGHT Summit Advisory Board, which consists of distinguished industry leaders who provide valuable perspectives for shaping this groundbreaking event and its educational programming, has appointed three new members: Rachel Fitzgerald and Jessica Kennedy, both of Stantec; and Jill Klores of Essential Light Design Studio. ArchLIGHT Summit, the lighting trade event and educational platform for the architectural, specification and design communities, takes place September 17-18 at Dallas Market Center.

Jill Klores, Senior Lighting Designer and founding partner of Essential Light Design Studio, brings 30+ years of lighting industry design experience within commercial, residential, and institutional projects. She has grown Essential Light Design Studio, based in Dallas, to eight employees, and she and her creative staff have won more than 40 awards for excellence in lighting design.

Rachel Fitzgerald is the Discipline Lead for lighting design and a principal with global design firm Stantec. Rachel brings 20 years in lighting design and is an award-winning recipient, recognized for her highly sustainable and human-centric spaces. Along with being an ArchLIGHT Summit Advisory Board member, Rachel also serves on the Board of Directors of the IALD and the IALD Education Trust, is involved with technical committees with the IES, and serves on the WELL light concept advisory.

Jessica Kennedy is the Senior Lighting Designer at global design firm Stantec and has previous experience working in lighting consulting and electrical design build and a background in Architectural Engineering with a focus in architectural lighting and building electrical design. She is a Junior Associate in IALD and is a WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP).

Jill Klores, Rachel Fitzgerald, and Jessica Kennedy have joined the following existing members currently serving on the ArchLIGHT Summit Advisory Board:

Peter Augusta, Vice President of Sales, Casambi Technologies North America

Craig A. Bernecker, Ph.D., FIESNA, lc, Founder, The Lighting Education Institute

Michelle Cruz, Lighting Specifier/Spec Sales, Putterman Scharck & Associates

Archit Jain, IALD, LEED® AP, ISLE, Principal, Oculus Light Studio

Kelly Roberts, LEED® BD+C, IES, Principal, Primary Arc Design

Shahad Sadeq, Assoc. AIA, Executive Director, AIA Springfield Chapter

Laura McDonald Stewart, FASID, RID, LEED® AP, WELL AP,  Founder/Owner, Laura McDonald Enterprises and PLiNTH & CHiNTZ

Jered E. Widmer, IALD, MIES, Principal, Dallas Office, The Lighting Practice

Registration for ArchLIGHT will open in the Spring. Applications to exhibit or speak at the event, along with other show information, can be found here. Follow ArchLIGHT Summit on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for the latest developments and information.

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