Ronnie McGhee Elected 2017-18 Vice Chair/Treasurer of NCARB Region 2

Ronnie McGhee Elected 2017-18 Vice Chair/Treasurer of NCARB Region 2

Ronnie McGhee, AIA, LEED AP was elected Vice Chair/Treasurer of The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards’ (NCARB) Region 2 at the NCARB Mid-Atlantic Regional Summit, held March 10 & 11 in Jersey City, NJ. His one-year term as Vice Chair/ Treasurer is set to begin June 2017.

As Region 2 Vice Chair/ Treasurer, Ronnie’s duties will include providing general supervision of Region 2 financial affairs, oversight over preparation of budgets, and other related financial duties.

Ronnie currently serves the Region 2 Board as Secretary, and is a member of the Region 2 Educators/Practitioner Symposium Committee.

Please join all of us in congratulating Ronnie on his election victory, and wishing him the very best of luck in his new position on the board!

About The National Council of Architectreural Registration Boards

As noted on their website: “NCARB members are the architectural registration boards of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and three U.S. territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Each registration board has state-appointed public and professional members as well as an administrator.

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards protects the public health, safety, and welfare by leading the regulation of the practice of architecture through the development and application of standards for licensure and credentialing of architects.

NCARB’s primary function is to design tools and model procedures for jurisdictions to apply to their regulation of the path to licensure, ranging from interns hip guidelines to licensing examination to certification for reciprocal licensing. NCARB maintains records for its 54 jurisdictional boards, providing services to architects and interns as key stakeholders.

The Council’s organization structure, functions, and processes are governed by its Bylaws. Its governance includes its Board of Directors, staff, Member Boards, Regions, and committees.”

For more information regarding NCARB’s work visit their website.