U.S. Virgin Islands
Law Passed: 1968 • Joined NCARB: 1969 • Region 3—Southern (1969)
THE COMPONENTS OF LICENSURE
1984: A degree from a NAAB-accredited program is required for initial licensure.
1970: Licensure candidates must have two years of experience.
Late-1980s: The U.S. Virgin Islands Board endorses the IDP.
1990: Completion of the IDP is required.
1970: The board begins administering the ARE.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Board lost decades of historical records during Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and Hurricane Marilyn in 1995.
John R. Garfield
First Board Members
Williams Pelham (St. Thomas)
Marvin Berning (St. Thomas)
Arnold M. Golden (St. Croix)
Edgar Mullgrav (St. Croix)
Charles E. Medlicott (St. Thomas)
Frederick Oman (St. Croix)
First Woman Licensed
October 5, 1974: Donna DeJongh
U.S. Virgin Islands History
U.S. Virgin Islands Executive Nathalie Hodge (left) with Puerto Rico Executive Maria Santos at the 2016 Annual Meeting in Seattle.
Tiffany Grosvenor represents the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 2019 Regional Summit.
U.S. Virgin Islands representatives at the 2013 Annual Business Meeting.