15 Dec Courtney Landoll takes reins as NCASLA president
WithersRavenel Client Success Manager Courtney Landoll, PLA, ASLA, is the new president of the North Carolina chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (NCASLA).
Courtney is a Professional Landscape Architect with more than 17 years of experience on a variety of urban healthcare, office, mixed-use, streetscape, and campus design projects.
Her goals for the 2020-21 term as NCASLA president include numerous opportunities for members, with considerations for COVID. Planned events include continuing education webinars, a weeklong virtual Advocacy Blitz with legislators, a hike in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and a virtual Awards Gala with in-person screening events. Courtney also plans new initiatives, namely a Landscape Architecture in the Schools program for K-12 students and a mentorship program for North Carolina A&T University landscape architecture students.
Courtney’s background includes a long history of service to ASLA in Washington state and North Carolina. She served as the Washington chapter’s president and Conference Chair, in addition to a national role as the Presidents Council chair. In North Carolina, Courtney was NCASLA President-elect before stepping into the top leadership role.
Courtney graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. WithersRavenel congratulates Courtney on her important new leadership role with NCASLA!