Landscape Architecture alum Hoffman continues in CLARB leadership roles
By: Norman Martin
A graduate of Texas Tech University's Department of Landscape Architecture has transitioned to past president and chair of the committee on nominations for the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards after concluding his one-year term as president of the organization. Christopher Hoffman ('88 BLA) will serve in these roles through next Fall.
"Leading an organization that believes in continuous evaluation and improvement is such a rewarding experience," Hoffman said. "I'm honored to have contributed to the groundwork that is being laid to strengthen landscape architectural regulation in North America and across the world."
Hoffman's experience spans 28 years and his expertise is in master planning, site design, grading and drainage and detailed design services. He is the founder of Christopher B. Hoffman Landscape Architects, a Clinton, Miss.-based firm, and is an active member of the Mississippi Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects with service in organizational roles including chapter president and advocacy chair.
Hoffman, who is licensed in Mississippi and is a CLARB Certified landscape architect, served as president leading the CLARB Board of Directors in advancing organizational strategy, ensuring effective leadership for the future and supporting members in the continued regulation of landscape architecture in North America. In addition, Hoffman served as an ambassador and liaison to national and international landscape architecture organizations and allied professions.
As past president, Hoffman will chair the CLARB Committee on Nominations, which is responsible for identifying and vetting candidates for CLARB leadership to ensure the organization has the most effective, qualified individuals to lead the group toward organizational goals. The committee is also responsible for identifying opportunities to improve and enhance nominations and elections processes and procedures, and encouraging participation of all members in the elections process.
Hoffman's portfolio includes 14 award-winning projects; a 90-acre corporate campus for Southern Pine Electric; Baptist Health Systems Campus; 'The Belhaven,' a mixed use urban renewal project spanning a city block; Clinton Natchez Trace Visitor Center; Clinton Public School District Elementary Schools; Elvis Presley Birthplace Renovations; and the Jackson Zoo's Siberian tiger exhibit.
CONTACT: Eric Bernard, Chair, Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University at (806) 834-3482 or email@example.com
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