NCARB welcomes new board of directors

July 01, 2009 |

   NCARB Board of Directors for FY10

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) is pleased to introduce its Board of Directors for FY10. Installed during the culmination of the Council’s 90th Annual Meeting and Conference in Chicago, the newly elected officers and directors are as follows:

President Andrew W. Prescott, AIA Potomac, MD and Keeseville, NY

First Vice President/

President-elect Kenneth J. Naylor, AIA Salt Lake City, UT

Second Vice President Scott C. Veazey, AIA Evansville, IN

Secretary Blakely C. Dunn, AIA El Dorado, AR

Treasurer Mark I. Aspaas, AIA Sioux Falls, SD

Past President Gordon E. Mills, FAIA Dubuque, IA

Director, Region 1 Margo P. Jones, AIA, LEED AP Greenfield, MA

Director, Region 2 J. Everette “Ebo” Fauber III, AIA Lynchburg, VA

Director, Region 3 Dennis S. Ward, AIA Florence, SC

Director, Region 4 Dale McKinney, AIA Sioux City, IA

Director, Region 5 Thomas R. Wood, AIA Bozeman, MT

Director, Region 6 Gregory L. Erny, AIA Reno, NV

Public Member Director Ava J. Abramowitz, Hon. AIA Leesburg, VA

Member Board Cynthia J. McKim Montgomery, AL

Executive Director


NCARB comprises the architectural registration boards of all 50 states as well as those of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. NCARB assists its member registration boards in carrying out their duties and provides a certification program for individual architects.

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards is committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public through effective regulation and exemplary service. In order to achieve these goals, the Council develops and recommends standards to be required of an applicant for architectural registration; develops and recommends standards regulating the practice of architecture; provides to member boards a process for certifying the qualifications of an architect for registration; and represents the interests of Member Boards before public and private agencies. NCARB has established reciprocal registration for architects in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and is engaged in similar discussions with additional countries.

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