Four Alumni Elevated to Fellows of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Four of the 23 ASLA members elevated to fellowship in 2017 are LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture alumni.
George “Bob” Richardson III, BLA 1969, CEO and founding principal of RVi Planning in Austin; Dana Nunez Brown, BLA 1979, of Dana Brown & Associates in New Orleans; Dr. Kamel O. Mahadin, MLA 1984, Jordanian senator, educator, and consultant in Amman, Jordan; and Evan Mather, BLA 1993, independent filmmaker and principal of AHBE Landscape Architects in Los Angeles, were nominated for their exceptional accomplishments. The new fellows will be recognized at the 2017 ASLA Annual Meeting + EXPO, October 20–23, in Los Angeles.
Richardson, Brown, Mahadin, and Mather join the 35 other Robert Reich School current, active, and emeritus fellows of the ASLA. Fellowship is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members.
Click the links below to read each of these four “fellow” alumni’s stories, and trace their career paths from their days at LSU to how they got where they are today.
- George “Bob” Richardson III, BLA 1969
- Dana Nunez Brown, BLA 1979
- Kamel O. Mahadin, MLA 1984
- Evan Mather, BLA 1993
View the complete list of ASLA’s 2017 Class of Fellows at asla.org.