Moseley Architects chooses former school superintendent as new chairman and CEO
- August 1, 2011
Moseley Architects has chosen Stewart D. Roberson, the former superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools, as its new board chairman, president and CEO. Roberson succeeds Robert L. “Bob” Mills III — the firm’s president since 1988 — who will continue to serve on the board of directors.
Roberson has more than 30 years of experience as a public sector executive. When he retired in June, he was one of Virginia’s longest serving school superintendents. “Stewart’s selection marks a departure from the traditional leadership model for architecture and engineering firms,” Mills said in a statement. “But when we took a look at what a firm like ours needs in the role of president in today’s environment, it became clear that traditional approaches to such leadership are outdated.”
Moseley Architects, based out of Richmond, provides architectural and engineering services to the public sector. “Stewart brings the perspective of a lifelong public service professional …” Mills said.
Roberson begins his new job immediately. With more than180 employees, Moseley has a headquarters office in Richmond and locations in Harrisonburg, Virginia Beach and Warrenton, Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C.