Bill Hercules '10, AIA, FACHA, ACHE, LEED AP
Bill Hercules '10, AIA, FACHA, ACHE, LEED AP graduated from the BAC Distance Master's of Architecture program. He has dedicated most of his professional career to the practice of architecture for health. He is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Architects, and serves as a member of the Board of Regents, the national certification body for the practice of healthcare architecture, and leads the Education efforts nationally. He is 3-term past-Chairman of the AIA Orlando Academy of Architecture for Health, and was instrumental in the initiation of the AIA-Tampa Bay Academy chapter. He led the national taskforce on Component Connections with the national AIA Academy of Architecture for Health, which formed the basis of the Academy's regional organization. He serves as an officer with the Florida Foundation for Architecture, and has established the Hercules Prize for Design Innovation. He is also very active in philanthropic endeavors related to children's health, the development of young architects, and Christian ministry.