Robert Ivy is the current CEO of the American Institute of Architects. He is also a famous author, philanthropic and a great investor. His content creation skills are superb and the guy is well known for his expertise when writing content.
Robert Ivy started by studying at the University of South that is located at Sewanee. His quench for education was very high and decided to go back to the University of Tulane to study his master’s degree. He studied his master’s degree in Architecture. At the University of South, he studied a bachelors of arts degree in English.
According to mswritersandmusicians.com, Robert Ivy has worked for several organizations. His writing skills have been in very high demand and have written for so many organizations. He got his first job at the Architectural Records and became the editor. Things started changing and his dream started coming to reality. He started writing architectural related publications. Robert Ivy is always updated on what is changing and what is new on the architects World. Thousands of architects rely on his publications to learn about the new changes and other great news. He later left for McGraw Hill Construction. He now grew to other great heights and became the company’s senior editorial and the vice president. He has been writing and editing journals and magazines for HQ Magazine, constructor, ENR, Sweets and China. He has also written several journals i.e, Magazine of the Sustainable design and also the SNAP. He is a great editor and during his tenure as the vice president, he achieved a lot of things and he maintained a record of general excellence while performing his duties.
Robert Ivy has also written Fay Jones. The book has been published afterward and has been used by several world Architects. The book was written in the year 2011. Robert Ivy has received several awards under his tenure as an editor and also during his term at McGraw Hill. He was honored with an award by National Magazines during his tenure as an editor at Architectural Records. He was also rewarded Crain Award in 2009 due to his effortless move. He was also Rewarded by Alpha Rho Chi in the year 2010.
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