Jared Hueter, AIA is the founder and principal of Ally Architecture in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He graduate of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas. He began his career as a Design Corps Fellow in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. Jared Co-Founded the CITYbuid Consortium of Schools, a program of the Tulane City Center and served as its Program Director. Following his fellowship, Jared joined the Priestley Charter School of Architecture and Construction in New Orleans as the Dean of Design. At Priestley he developed a fully integrated design based high school curriculum for academically at risk teens and led a team of 40 teachers serving 400 students. In 2011, Jared transitioned into a design role at a traditional architecture practice in New Orleans. In July of 2013, Jared moved to Chattanooga and after working as a Project Architect for multiple local firms he has most recently started his own practice, Ally Architecture. His community efforts in Chattanooga have included co-directing Learn By Design and both Passageways projects. He is currently serving as President of AIA Chattanooga.