Tyler McLauchlan Graduates from Leadership North Carolina Class 31

Tyler McLauchlan, AIA, has graduated from Leadership North Carolina (LNC) as part of its 31st Class. Joining previous Clark Nexsen alumni Peter Aranyi, Richard Fort, and Jeff Yelton, Tyler joined 56 leaders from across the state in completing the program. The prestigious program, comprising of government, business, nonprofit, and education sector leaders, aims to improve North Carolina’s quality of life through visionary hands-on programming that integrates inclusive leadership with sectors ranging from economic development to health and human services. 

“This past year was an incredible experience building relationships with leaders from across the state of North Carolina,” said Tyler. “Not only are these connections invaluable, but the optimism and progress going forward for our state is exciting.”

Each year, LNC chooses established and emerging North Carolina leaders to participate in its program. Over seven two-and-a-half-day sessions, LNC Class 31 learned about issues critical to the state through discussions with top officials and professionals, intentional dialogue, and experiential learning activities. Additionally, LNC sessions were held throughout the state to highlight North Carolina’s social, geographic, and economic diversity.  

Tyler, an architect based in our Asheville office, has been with the firm for almost a decade. A vital contributor to our community + culture and higher education market sectors, he has worked on projects such as the Watauga Community and Recreation Center, Carolina Day Lower School Renovation & Addition, and the Asheville Office Upfit. Tyler holds a B.S. in Industrial Design from James Madison University and an M.Arch from N.C. State University.  

Leadership NC Class 31. (Photo credit: Leadership NC)

About Leadership North Carolina  

Established in 1995, LNC has offered a series of cutting-edge programs to current and emerging leaders from all corners of the state. Through seven two-and-a-half-day sessions held in locations from the mountains to the coast, LNC participants gain knowledge and build networks that they can leverage personally, professionally, and for the benefit of the state and its people.