My name is Alison and I've been with the Trust for about three and a half years, mostly working on coordinating our Preservation Leadership Trainings and the PastForward Conference (Chicago 2017!). A few quick facts about me: I grew up in the nearby suburb of Arlington, Virginia, I absolutely love musicals, and I'm currently reading a fascinating piece of dystopian fiction called 'American War'. I look forward to working with this Community and seeing all the ideas it will generate!
Greetings from Maine!
I help people understand and maintain their older and historic buildings. You can catch up with me at my two websites:www.SaveAmericasWindows.comwww.HistoricHomeWorks.comJohnby hammer and hand great works do stand,by pen and thought best words are wrought.
John Leeke, American Preservationeer26 Higgins St.Portland, ME 04103
Hi Fellow Early Adopters -My name is Grant Stevens and I've been with the National Trust for almost 4 years. I'm the Senior Manager of Community Outreach and am based in our Denver Field Office; I primarily work on marketing campaigns (online, in-person, or both) for our National Treasures and am Project Manager for our Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Portland, Oregon) National Treasure campaign.I'm often out on the road for the National Trust, but when I'm back in Denver you can find me running (I've noticed several other folks are runners here too!), out in the mountains, or exploring the city. I'm looking forward to getting to know you all more in the months to come!
Hi Everyone. My name is Faye Anderson. I'm director of All That Philly Jazz, a place-based public history project that is documenting venues and landmarks from Philadelphia's golden age of jazz, the 1930s to the 1960s.I would like to share my most recent blog post, "#PreservationMatters: African American Burial Grounds." The post touches on my passions -- historic preservation, cultural heritage and social justice.See you online!