Robert Ivy is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute of Architects. He was chosen to be the Chief Executive Officer in the year of 2011. To get to the top of the company and become CEO, Robert Ivy had to work hard and go through some levels of education. This article is going to give you a look into to the life and successes of Robert Ivy.
Ivy got a Master’s degree of Architecture from a college called Tulane University. He also went on to study for a Bachelor’s degree in Arts. He started out his career as an Editor in Chief. Soon though he got a job at McGraw-Hill Construction Media, and worked his way up to be Vice President. Robert Ivy served an awesome role of being on the jury that chose the architect who designed the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial.
During his career, Ivy received multiple awards. Rewards for leadership, publishing honors, and many more. He was becoming more and more successful as the years went on. He went on to write “Fay Jones: Architect“, a biography that was published in 2001. This book goes through the work of an architect that worked alongside the famous Frank Lloyd Wright.
Robert Ivy has taken many different paths during his career, and this has helped him to see nothing but success. Ivy prides himself on his hard work, and all of his awards that he has received from working hard. Being successful comes from knowing what you want out of life and working until you get there. Ivy wants everyone to know that no matter where you get your start, you can always gain success, you just have to know what you want and work until you get there. Get your education, find you a starter job, start your dream, and work until you reach it.
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