I enjoy working closely with clients, learning about their distinctive goals, values, and culture, and exploring opportunities to ensure that each of their colleagues can thrive within their organization.

Annelise Pitts, AIA

Collaborative. Creative. Curious. Engaged.

Annelise is a passionate architect, researcher, and advocate for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI). She is a renowned thought leader on JEDI in architectural practice.

At Cameron MacAllister Group, Annelise works with firms to conduct assessments and develop actionable insights aimed at advancing JEDI in a way that is authentic to each firm’s culture and values. By asking the right questions, she is able to better understand firm leaders’ and their teams’ perspectives and recommend solutions designed to help all employees grow and thrive within their organizations.

Annelise is the research chair for Equity by Design where she leads the Equity in Architecture Research Project. Their mission is to explore equity in architectural practice by conducting national surveys of architectural professionals to understand their career perceptions, experiences, and aspirations. She has also served on the AIA’s Equity & the Future of Architecture Committee, advising on the development of the AIA Guides for Equitable Practice.