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ROBERT IVY’S PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Robert Ivy who currently operates as the official CEO and Vice President of Architects Institute of America has recently been granted the Lifetime Achievement honor (Noel Polk) by the Letters and Arts Institute of Mississippi. The declaration marks a first run an architect has received a Polk Award. The recognition acknowledges the living Mississippi-associated art patrons and artists whose group of work circulate in performing, supporting and creating extraordinary artwork. Those who were honored in the past include artist Anderson Walter, Morgan Freeman the actor, and a renowned writer Welty Eudora. Find out more about Robert Ivy on Architect

Nancy LaForge, the President of Letters and Arts Institute of Mississippi, said in a statement that with regard to ensuring that architecture is more available to the overall population, there is extremely nobody like Robert Ivy in Mississippi. As an author, commentator, and writer on the realm of architecture, Robert currently stamps his name in a one of a kind list of award honorees of Noel Polk. Carl Elfante added that as a CEO of Architect Institute of America from 2011 and additionally serving as editor, author, and working architect, without no doubt Robert Ivy is a significant diplomat for the field. The award represents honoring individual and career accomplishment of Robert as a resident of Mississippi. Carl Elfante ended by saying that he was genuinely delighted on behalf of Architect Institute of America to compliment Robert Ivy on the one of a kind achievement.

From 2011 the time Robert Ivy began his job at Architect Institute of America, the organization has extended its international influence and presence, at the moment the company is at the peak membership level in a hundred and sixty years of operation. Ivy was acknowledged officially in the event that was held on 2nd June. In each calendar year, Letters and Arts Institute of Mississippi recognizes different people with honor in their field of specialization. This prominent award made its first debut in 1980; the honors are given in seven areas, Non-fiction, Fiction, Musical composition, i.e., on concert basis, Visual Art, Musical Composition, i.e., in terms of popularity, Poetry and Photography world in general. Follow: https://twitter.com/robertivy?lang=en

 

American Institute of Architects: Reshaping Society

Established in early 1857, AIA (American Institute of Architects) is one of the oldest professional organizations in the country. The organization aims its efforts toward the education and growth of architects and structural development throughout the globe. Starting with just thirteen original members, AIA has since grown to hold an estimated 88,000 total members worldwide.

With its headquarters located in Washington, DC, AIA now serves over 260 different chapters collectively. The group has managed to effectively branch out. They can be spotted in almost every major city worldwide. From London, Hong Kong, New York City, Japan and even Shanghai, the growth of the organization has helped the group spread its original message and helped them to achieve their shared goals.

Along with teaching, AIA also uses its platform for assisting in government advocacy, community redevelopment, architectural design and public outreach.

The current CEO, Robert Ivy, has assisted in the organizations growth and successful ventures in the last six years. Named CEO in 2011, Robert himself has dedicated over 20 years toward the field of architecture.

Graduating from Tulane University with his master’s degree and extending his education at Sewanee, Robert advanced his education of architectural design and structure.

In 2010 Robert Ivy was named Master Architect by Alpha Ro Chi. A year prior, Robert received The Crane Award, which is currently the highest award offered by the American Business and Media.

Robert along with the AIA began reaching out to professionals of the medical field. With a goal to improve and save lives, AIA organized their first Design and Health Summit in 2014. The organization connected the dots between preservation of resources, saving lives and architecture. In attendance of the Design and Health Summit were many prestigious surgeons and respected medical professionals from across the nation including the acting United States Attorney General.

In late 2015 AIA publicly launched its on air awareness campaign. Viewed nationwide, the campaign was featured on a variety of television programs and channels. Most notably, the campaign aired on Fox News, CNN, CNBC, CBS, NBC and CBC.

AIA remains one of the most influential architectural organizations to date. The group has continuously advocated for architects and the architectural development on all levels including state, federal and local. Whether the organization is developing strategies with lawmakers or using collective knowledge as a teaching tool for others, AIA has helped reshape the modern world with its efforts. For more info, visit:http://www.archdaily.com/tag/aia