National Architecture Accrediting Board elects UMass Amherst professor Stephen Schreiber as its new president

Who said a town council member can’t one day become president? Architect and University of Massachusetts professor Stephen Schreiber, served as local council member in the town of Amherst, Massachusetts for four years before he was appointed to the board of officers and directors for the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB) in 2021. Following his appointment he said he would not seek reelection in the town council, citing it would be a big time commitment, given his new position. After serving on the NAAB board for over a year, Schreiber has now been elected 2022–23 President of the organization, which is only accrediting body for professional architecture

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