Bradley McCauley Included in ASLA's 2024 Council of Fellows 05-28-24 | News

Bradley McCauley Included in ASLA's 2024 Council of Fellows

ASLA Presidential Candidate Joins Prestigious Group
by Staff

Bradley McCauley, PLA from Illinois is included in this year's ASLA Council of Fellows, a prestigious honor that brings two Fellows into the running for ASLA President.

Among the 40 Landscape Architects named for ASLA's 2024 Council of Fellows appears Bradley McCauley, PLA, whose career and ASLA presidential campaign platform heavily emphasizes the importance of licensure for Landscape Architects. McCauley joins 23 women and 16 men who make up this year's accomplished Council of Fellows who represent 10 states, Washington, D.C., and Canada.

As a selected Fellow who will be officially elevated at the ASLA's Conference on Landscape Architecture in October, McCauley fills all the rigorous requirements: exceptional work, leadership, knowledge, and service with a minimum of 10 years as a full ASLA member in good standing. In addition to the licenses he holds in 14 states and his large role in licensure advocacy, McCauley's inclusion in this prestigious group confirms his positive impact on the profession and the caliber of his work. In the short biography provided for his nomination to the Council, the Illinois Chapter lists many of McCauley's impressive accomplishments and ultimately declares: "his crowning achievement was his five-year effort to protect licensure for the profession in Illinois and regain the Title Act." At a time when the status of the profession itself is at stake, McCauley's focus on maintaining the specialized expertise Landscape Architects provide will not only protect the profession but increase its standing in the public eye.