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Jerany Jackson elected president of CLARB

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Jerany Jackson

Jerany Jackson

RESTON, Va. – The members of the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) have elected Jerany L. Jackson as the organization’s 50th President. In this role Jackson will serve as chair of the Board of Directors through September 30, 2015. Jackson currently works as executive manager at Great River Associates of Springfield.
Jackson has held various leadership positions with CLARB since 2006, serving as President-Elect (2013-2014), Vice President (2012-2013), Secretary (2010-2012), Region II Director (2008-2010) and Alternate Region II Director (2004-2008). She also has served as a member on both the Nominating Committee (2007) and Membership/Board Funding Committee (2006).
Closer to home, she served on the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects from June 2002 to November 2012.
Jackson earned her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Arkansas and her Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She is currently licensed in Missouri and works in Springfield, Missouri.
Since 1970, CLARB has been dedicated to ensuring that all individuals who affect the natural and built environment through the practice of landscape architecture are sufficiently qualified to do so. CLARB and its members work together to establish standards for education, experience and examination required for the professional licensure of landscape architects. CLARB’s members include the licensure boards that regulate the profession of landscape architecture in the United States; Puerto Rico; and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario.

George Freeman is a veteran journalist and photographer. An award-winning writer, editor and columnist in Springfield, Mo., with more than 50 years experience. His preference is for positive and uplifting stories about people, places, traditions and trends that make the Ozarks one of the most livable regions anywhere. A member of the Garden Writers Association of America, he is a past-president of the Society of Professional Journalists of Southwest Missouri, the Kansas and Ohio AP societies; a board member of Friends of the Garden and a member of the Rotary Club of Springfield. In 1976, he traveled to India as a member of a Rotary Foundation Group Study Exchange Team.

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