Ronnie McGhee, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Ronnie McGhee, FAIA, has thirty years of professional practice in architecture, specializing in new construction, existing building rehabilitation, and restoration. He has designed and completed work on numerous landmark and US Park Service (USPS) National Register Listed properties such as the Washington Harbour, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson buildings of the U.S. Library of Congress, and was the architect for the National Register-listed and award-winning, historic African-American Whitelaw Hotel Apartments. Ronnie is also an Associate Professor at Howard University and has mentored hundreds of architectural students over the past 16 years at Howard. He is a strong advocate of the AXP program and has made it a requirement for all non-licensed staff members. No surprise that he is a member of the NCARB Board. Ronnie is an avid biker and is found most weekends on his Bianchi bike as he tracks hundreds of miles of cycling each year.
Bachelor of Architecture, Howard University
Junior Year Completed Major in Anthropology, Northwestern University
Chairman of DC Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture (2011-present)