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Professional Advisory Board

Lee III

Mission Statement

The mission of the Landscape Architecture Program's Professional Advisory Board [DoLA-PAB] is to provide a source of advice and counsel to the Program Directore and department faculty on matters relating to the direction, health, and future of the Landscape Architecture Program.

1. The group's primary purpose will be to provide a regular means of external assessment and advice for the Landscape Architecture Program. Additionally, the group will provide a means of better bridging practice and education, connecting professionals to students and vice versa; and would provide an alternative means of support (not necessarily financial) for the Program. While the primary objective is supportive, there is the potential that the board could within three years transform and branch out as an advancement board that includes fund-raising.

2. The Board will meet 2-3 times/year, during which they will interact with students (two meetings will be scheduled in coordination with end of the semester design reviews and/or desk crits; the third meeting could take the form of a conference call during the summer, as needed); interact with faculty; and have a meeting when they will be asked to discuss issues that are vital to the Department, e.g. Curricular proposals, LAAB accreditation, etc.

3. The membership of the board will be invited by the Program Director to serve on either 2-year or 3-year rotating terms, (except for the ASLA SC President, who would have a one-year term).

4. The board will have approximately 12 to 15 members and represent diversity (geographic, career, ethnicity, educational, and age) of the board. Members will not all need to be Clemson alumni; nor should all members be landscape architects.

5. Members will be self-supporting in their trips to Clemson. Landscape Architecture will cover some expenses for meals, receptions, etc. students, and faculty, during meetings.

Membership Roster

Leo Alvarez, FASLA, LEED AP

  • Discipline Leader, Principal
  • Perkins + Will
  • 1315 Peachtree St. NE
  • Atlanta, GA 30309

Cameron Barradale, RLA, LEED AP

  • Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM)
  • 224 South Michigan Avenue
  • Chicago, ILL 60604

Nat Bradford, ASLA

  • (RLA S.C. No. 1093)
  • ECO-ART, LLC
  • Seneca, SC 29672

Rebecca Bradley, RLA, ASLA

  • cādence 
  • 435 N Andrews Avenue No 2
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Naomi Cottrell, LEED

  • Michelle Crowley Landscape Architecture
  • 281 Summer Street 6th Floor
  • Boston,MA 02210

Gage Couch, ASLA

  • cādence 
  • 435 N Andrews Avenue No 2
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Chad O'Brien

  • Waccamaw Landscaping & Construction
  • PO Box 213
  • Pawleys Island, SC 29585

Rhett Crocker, Partner

  • Land Design
  • 223 North Graham Street
  • Charlotte, NC 28202

Gregory Duckworth, ASLA

  • Environmental Concepts
  • 618 Chestnut Road, Suite 201
  • Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Edward Kinney

  • City of Greenville Parks and Recreation
  • 206 S. Main Street
  • Greenville, S.C. 29601

Tom Leader

  • Tom Leader Studio
  • 1015 Camelia Street
  • Berkeley, CA 94710

Kyle H. Theodore

  • Wood+Partners Inc.
  • 7 Lafayette Place
  • Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

Josh Tiller, SC-ASLA

  • J.K. Tiller & Associates
  • 181 Bluffton Road
  • Suite F2013
  • Bluffton, SC 29910

Irene Dumas Tyson, AICP

  • Director of Planning
  • The Boudreaux Group
  • 1330 Lady Street Suite 500
  • Columbia SC 29201

Chris M. Watson

  • SeamonWhiteside & Associates
  • 607 Pendleton Street, Suite 100
  • Greenville, SC 29601
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