County of Santa Barbara Architect
Robert Ooley, FAIA, is an award-winning public-sector architect and currently the County of Santa Barbara Architect. He is among a team of professionals who care for the historic County Courthouse and was responsible for getting the property designated a State and National Historic Landmark. Robert is a 3-diamond fellow of the American Institute of Architects and serves on the California Board of the AIA as Vice President of Government Relations. He also serves on the Santa Barbara City Historic Landmarks Commission. His community service also includes a stint on the California Preservation Foundation Board and current Awards Director of the California Counties Architects and Engineers Association Board.