New addition to the NZRAB Board

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Kimberly Browne.

Kimberly Browne.

Kimberly Browne has recently been appointed to the New Zealand Registered Architects Governance Board. Kimberly was nominated by the New Zealand Institute of Architects. Her appointment commenced on Monday 3 October.

Kimberly is a registered architect and senior associate with Jasmax in Auckland. She has been involved in an ongoing role with the NZRAB Architects Registration Assessments as an assessor.

Kimberly has been appointed for a two year term and will serve alongside fellow board member and Jasmax principal Euan MacKellar. She will replace Callum McKenzie, who has been serving on the board since 2008.

The New Zealand Registered Architects Board is established under the Registered Architects Act 2005, and is responsible for regulating the architecture profession in New Zealand. The Board develops and administers rules about competency standards, ethics, complaints and discipline of members of the profession.


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