Jim Brady Recognized as a Fellow of the Association for Learning Environments

Page Associate Principal Jim Brady, who serves as a lead the Page PK-14 studio, has been recognized as a Fellow of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE). Jim’s diverse 40-year career in education has focused on creating authentic and engaging learner-centered environments, sharing best practices and engaging stakeholders in the planning process.

Jim has served in a variety of leadership roles at A4LE, all of which have been informed by his work on both the public and private side of projects. In addition to his leadership roles at A4LE and Page, Jim also served as Executive Director of America’s Schoolhouse Council and Texas Association of School Boards’ Associate Executive Director for Leadership Development and Planning. Prior to moving to Texas from Wyoming, Jim was Laramie County School District Staff Architect/Planner and a Principal of Brady Blackwell Architects.

The Association for Learning Environments Fellow designation is bestowed annually on individuals who have consistently contributed to the association in the highest manner possible.

Fellows are long-standing recognized experts in their field and possess the wisdom to carry the industry and the association forward by volunteering for committee assignments, positions of leadership and introducing innovation within A4LE. They represent the pinnacle of excellence in the industry in which they serve and are recognized as those who have advanced A4LE and its mission.

Jim was nominated by the Southern Region of Association of Learning Environments. He was one of three people elevated to the Fellow status in 2017, and there are only a total of 30 fellows in the organization. Jim is third person from Texas to have received the recognition. Congratulations, Jim!