Coordinator of Architecture Program Earns Paul H. Kea Medal

Randy Steiner

Photo by Don Rejonis.

Randy Steiner, AIA, coordinator of the architecture program at Montgomery College, recently earned the Paul H. Kea Medal, the highest honor given by the AIA Potomac Valley, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Professor Steiner has been the coordinator of the architecture program at MC for more than 25 years. Her passion for teaching motivated her to create the Coalition of Community College Architecture Programs in 2012 to widen the pathway and increase diversity within the architectural profession. Potomac Valley and the affiliated Potomac Valley Architecture Foundation recognized her for the many leadership offices she has held with AIA, as well as her success in creating partnerships for the College with regional schools of architecture and the design community.

The Paul H. Kea Medal recognizes architects or non-architects in related fields who have made a significant and exemplary contribution to the profession, either through a body of work or a single contribution of great scope.

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