Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Where do I begin?

Time for me to look back on a busy couple of months and I'll begin with the remarkable achievement of our Chief Executive.

Francesca Berriman was made an MBE in Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Birthday Honours, for services to the Architectural Technology profession.

The MBE rewards a service which is outstanding in its field and has delivered a sustained and real impact— this recognition to Francesca reflects the true ethos of the award in addition to her significant contribution to not only the Institute, the discipline of Architectural Technology but also to the built environment. Francesca is, and continues to be, an inspiring role model within the community.

It was a very proud moment for the Institute and recognises the fantastic work and commitment that Francesca has, and will continue, to give to the discipline, Institute and industry. This is a true recognition of the sterling work that Francesca and the team at CIAT, both members and staff, have given and this has been rightly acknowledged by her peers, of which she is a distinct figurehead. A fitting tribute in this Diamond Jubilee year.
Francesca is congratulated by Honorary Secretary Gordon Souter MCIAT
Francesca has been Chief Executive at CIAT since 1995 and has worked within the Architectural Technology environment for over 20 years. Of her many achievements, Francesca led the Institute to receive its Royal Charter in 2005. Francesca is also Vice Chairman for the Society of the Environment and was Vice Chairman for the Construction Industry Council (CIC), of which she is still actively involved.

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