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Board of Trustees

Executive Committee

President:
Asheley Scott, AIA

Vice President:
Robert Morgan

Secretary:
Tim Hance, AIA

Treasurer:
Eric Holmberg

Past President
Scott Garvin, AIA

Ex-Officio Non-Voting Members
(Executive Committee and Board of Trustees)

Dean:
Dr. Richard E. (Rick) Goodstein
Dean, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Clemson University Liaison
Clint Carlson, Associate Comptroller - Related Organizations

Off-Campus Programs Liaison
Regina Foster, Director

Administrative Coordinator
Kaycee Collins

Administrative Director - Charles E. Daniel Center - Genoa
Silvia Siboldi Carroll

School of Design + Building Department Chairs
(Ex-Officio Non-Voting Trustees)

Katherine L. Schwennsen, Director
School of Architecture

Chair
Department of Art

Dr. Roger W. Liska, FAIC, Chair
Department of Construction Science and Management

Chair
Department of Planning, Development and Preservation

Trustees
(Voting Members of the Board)

Lockie Brown
Lynn Craig
Richard del Monte
Gregory H. Fitzpatrick
Sandy Gibbes
Whitney Grove, IIDA, LEED AP
Samuel B. Herin, AIA
John Jacques, AIA
Walter Jones
Katherine Kennon
Barry Koretz
Lisa Lanni, AIA
Marc Marchant
Rick Mellin
Fred Moore
Joeb Moore, AIA
Andrew Payne
Nicole Perri
Jeff Pitts
Todd Ray
Todd Richardson
Jeffrey S. Roark
Peter C. Schlossman, AIA
Todd Sease
Marlene Shade
Thomas (Tommy) Smith, AIA
Benjamin F. Story, Jr.
Peter Sutton, AIA
Mike Taylor, AIA
Josh Tiller
Cleve Walker
Rich Watherhouse
Benjamin Whitener
Jimmy Wilhide

CUF Liaison
Suzanne Morse


Founding Trustees

W.E. "Jack" Freeman, FAIA
(Deceased)

William G. Lyles, FAIA
(Deceased)

Dean Emeritus Harlan E. McClure, FAIA
(Deceased)

Honorary Trustees
(Voting Members of the Board)

James F. (Jim) Barker, FAIA

Prof. Emeritus Gayland B. Witherspoon, FAIA

CAF Purpose and Mission

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The Clemson Architectural Foundation exists because of a strong desire by the design and building professions to elevate and enhance the quality of life through a partnership between the practice community, the School of Architecture and related design and building disciplines within the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities at Clemson University.

MISSION

The mission of the Clemson Architectural Foundation is the improvement of education in architecture; construction science and management; planning, development and preservation; landscape architecture; and visual arts.  The Foundation will build a strong financial base through active fund-raising efforts.