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.