Profile: Roger G. Courtenay, FASLA
Company/academic title: Principal, Vice President EDAW Inc.
Education: B.A., University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 1976; B.L.A. University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 1976; M.L.A. Harvard Graduate School of Design, 1980
Years in the profession: 31
ASLA chapter: Maryland and Potomac Chapter
Category: Works of Landscape Architecture
Most notable professional accomplishments:
- National Museum of the American Indian, National Mall, Washington, D.C.
- EcoVillage Master Plan, Loudoun County, VA; Mount Vernon Orientation Center and Donald W. Reynolds Education Center and Museum, Mount Vernon, Va.
- United States Embassy, Rangoon, Burma
- National Capital Planning Commission's Urban Design Security Plan for Downtown Washington (co-contributor), Washington, D.C.
Thoughts on being elected to Council of Fellows: Fellowship is a mark of recognition from one's peers, recognition that one's work is a worthy contribution to the profession and to the wider society.