Washington, DC – The Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards (FARB) elected Michael Armstrong, CEO of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), as the President of the Executive Board for a two-year term. Armstrong previously served terms as the Executive Board Vice President and Executive Board Member-at-Large.
FARB is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1974 to promote public protection and provide a forum for information exchange for associations of regulatory boards and their affiliate stakeholders with interests in professional regulation.
The FARB Executive Board is responsible for the establishment of the budget, interpretation of the bylaws, overseeing the transaction of all business for the organization, and fulfilling the resolutions and other motions duly adopted by the Governing Members.
As an association of regulatory boards, NCARB is a Governing Member of FARB and supports FARB’s mission to promote and advance responsible regulation to protect the public.