Alfred Vidaurri Jr. Elected National Council of Architectural Registration Boards First Vice President

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Alfred Vidaurri Jr., Vice President/Principal, was elected first vice president/president-elect of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) at the organization’s 2020 Annual Business Meeting. Alfred will become the first Latino president of the organization, which facilitates licensure and credentialing of architects, in June 2021.

According to NCARB, Alfred plans to focus over the next two years on furthering the organization’s equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts including identifying and addressing barriers along the path to licensure and ensuring the organization’s staff and volunteers reflect the diverse communities they serve.

From 2004-2015, Alfred was appointed to the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners and served as chair for seven years. Committed to advancing architectural education, he has represented NCARB on several National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) visiting teams, which evaluate college architecture programs, and at the 2013 and 2019 NAAB Accreditation Review Forums. He also oversaw creation of a pilot program for the TriNational Agreement, which facilitates reciprocal licensure among the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Alfred is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)U.S. Green Building CouncilTexas Society of ArchitectsAIA Fort Worth and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA). He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in 2015 and was awarded the NCARB President’s Medal for Distinguished Service in 2014.

 

He graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington’s Master of Architecture program. He has held numerous positions with and served as a frequent speaker for local, community and state organizations. He holds an NCARB Certificate and is licensed in Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Oklahoma.