Dean’s Advisory Council
The primary purpose of the Dean’s Advisory Council is to assist the College of Environment & Design by supporting its strategic planning initiatives, cultivating a professional network across disciplines, sharing information and industry trends, and advising the Dean on innovations, historic values, and funding resources in pursuit of the most successful and exceptional future for our students.
2012-2013 Dean’s Advisory Council Members
Doug Allen, retired professor of landscape architecture and urban design, Georgia Tech
Leo Alvarez, design principal, Perkins + Will
Ann Frierson, board of advisers, State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Robert Grese, botanical garden director and professor, School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan
Marian Hill, president, Garden Club of America
Tommy Holcombe, principal, Holcombe Norton Partners, Inc. (Council Chairman)
Bob Hughes, president, Hughes good O’Leary & Ryan, Inc.
Dale Jaeger, principal, The Jaeger Company
Leerie Jenkins, Jr., retired chairman & CEO, Reynolds Smith & Hills, Inc.
Michelle Michael, architectural historian, US Navy
Roger Moore, faculty emeritus, College of Environment & Design, UGA
Dan Nadenicek, dean, College of Environment & Design, UGA
Karen Phillips, regional director, New York State Parks System
Bruce Rado, retired founder and VP, ERDAS, Inc.
Jan VandenBulck, Smith and VandenBulck Engineers
Lois Wooten, vice president, Historic Bamboo Farm and Coastal Garden