Theodore Landsmark
President (1997 – Present), Boston Architectural College

Dr. Landsmark is President and CEO of the Boston Architectural College, an independent, accredited college of special design offering degrees in Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Design Studies.
Ted Landsmark holds degrees in law and environmental design from Yale University, a Doctorate in American Studies from Boston University, and has worked as Special Assistant to the Mayor of Boston.
He currently serves as President  of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), a Trustee of the American Architectural Foundation, a Fellow of the Design Future’s Council and has facilitated sessions of the Mayor’s Institute on City Design in New York, Los Angeles, and Charleston. He has served as a Trustee of the American Society of Interior Designer Foundation, on the AIA Long Range Planning Advisory Group, and on the Real Estate Advisory Committee at MIT, and the Mayor of Boston’s Climate Action Leadership Committee. Ted is a Trustee Emeritus of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and serves as a member of the Boards of Historic New England and of Historic Boston, the Boston Fund for the Arts, the New England Foundation for the Arts. He serves on the Mayor of Boston’s Green Ribbon Commission and on the Advisory Committee for the National Trust for Historic Preservation Partner’s in Preservation Advisory Committee, the Boston Society of Architects (1997-present) and served as National Chair for the AIA Committee on Diversity (2003–2006). He received the AIA Whitney Young Jr. Award (2006) and served as the American Collegiate Schools of Architecture President (2006-2007).

Dr Landsmark has recently agreed to serve as Advisory Board member to the President of NOMA.  His knowledge and insight of the profession will be an invaluable benefit to NOMA's leadership and its members.