The OAA is pleased to announce that architect Mélisa Audet has assumed a full-time staff role as Manager of Practice Advisory Services (PAS). As of December 16, she will work alongside the OAA’s Practice Advisors, Allen Humphries and Colm Murphy, to coordinate the delivery of a broad range of practice services that support members and architectural firms within the public interest.
As an immediate past member of the OAA Council, including a two-year term as Vice President Regulatory, Audet has a diverse portfolio of experience, serving as Chair to multiple Committees.
Fully bilingual, Audet grew up in Gatineau, Quebec and received her Master’s Degree in Architecture from McGill University. She also holds a certificate in Project Management from Ryerson University.
During the course of her career, Audet has worked in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and London, England. Leading projects across Canada and strategizing procurement approaches, she has extensive experience in private practice and federal government agencies, as well as a large construction management firm. She brings a range of professional experience and exposure of practical insights from different points of view.
“I look forward to leading and supporting our Practice Advisors to best serve the members of the OAA,” says Audet. “I’m excited to merge my key areas of interest with the perspectives of an architect, construction, project management and policy into practice.”