ICAA Interview with Anne Fairfax

Anne's long relationship with the ICAA, starting from the very beginning, allows her a unique vantage point. while recognizing the fundamental strengths of the organization, she also seeks to Introduce new Ideas to build on the solid stewardship of her predecessor, Gil Schafer III. Among those ideas, which will be developed as time goes on, Include an examination of the name of the organization, a strengthening of the volunteer base, greater recognition and leadership roles for the Fellows, and increased advocacy of the role of traditional architecture and sustainability. Anne concludes, "As evidenced by the enthusiastic support of our new Grand Central Academy of Art and the prospective Master of Science in Architecture, it has never been more apparent to me that the Institute Is a dynamic and modern force, which will continue to fulfill a critical role in the development of our built environment."

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