Name: Cory Herrala
Degree: Class of 2006 MHP
Current employer/job: Landmarks Preservation Commission, City of New York
Contact: email@example.com Landmarks Preservation Commission
Bio: I live in 150 year old house in Red Bank, NJ- just 10 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. I have been working for LPC for over six months and I really enjoy the opportunity to use my architecture background in reviewing preservation projects throughout the city.
Name: Tracy A Marquis
Year: Winter 2004
Degree: Certificate in Historic Preservation
Current Employer: Design Collective, Inc.
Bio: I currently work and live in Baltimore, MD. My work experience has been primarily in the Higher Education market. I am trying to cultivate a career in architecture with a focus on Adaptive Use and Green Building.
Name: Stefanie Hetzke
Year: Spring, 2007
Degree: Masters of Historic Preservation
Current Employer: SKB Architecture and Design
Bio: Interior Design undergrad, interested in preservation on a cultural landscape, contextual basis. Thesis was on creating a productive dialogue between preservation professionals and the sustainability industry "Green Preservation: Linking Cultural and Environmental Sustainability"
Name: Elisa Vitale
Degree: MCP with a certificate in Historic Preservation
Current Employer: City of College Park
Bio: Ms. Vitale is a Planner with the City of College Park and in this role has served as the reviewer for a number of development proposals, including subdivision, detailed site plan, and non-conforming use applications. Ms. Vitale also serves as staff to the City?s Advisory Planning Commission and in this role reviews variance and departure applications. In addition to her regular planning duties, Ms. Vitale has taken the lead role in a neighborhood planning initiative. Ms. Vitale has also been involved in design, engineering, and construction projects throughout the City and has worked with grant-funding agencies to secure monetary support for such projects. Further, Ms. Vitale has provided support for the City?s effort to designate a local historic district.
Name: Ted L. Strosser, AIA, LEED AP
Degree: M. Arch
Current Employer: Partner with R. A. Lack, Architecture & Design, Inc.(230 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837)
Bio: Partner is small architectural firm in northcentral Pennsylvania. Married with 3 kids, very active in local community (Borough Council Representative, Member of Historic Architectural Review Board, Member of Local Neighborhoods Corporation). Preservation and sustainability focus with nice variety of work throughout Pennsylvania and into Maryland.
Name: Amy Bolasky
Current Employer: The Ottery Group
Bio: Although a native Pennsylvanian in heritage and heart, I fell in love with Maryland and decided to stay! I am very fortunate to be working with fellow UMD graduate Stacy Patterson at The Ottery Group in Olney, MD. As an architectural historian I complete determination of eligibility forms for properties, architecturally survey neighborhoods, write National Register Nomination Forms and do mitigation under Sec. 106 of the NHPA.
Name: Hillori L. Schenker
Current Employer: Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program
Bio: I work for Versar, Inc., but never set foot on company property because I am permanently contracted to the Department of Defense Legacy Program. The Legacy Program funds natural and cultural resources projects that foster stewardship, leadership, and partnership in support of the military mission.
Name: Darian Schwab
Degree: Masters of Historic Preservation
Employer: Archaeology and Historic Preservation Program
Bio: Originally from Pittsburgh, PA. Graduated from Mary Baldwin College in 2003 with a major in History and a double minor in Historic Preservation and German. I've always been a hitory buff, but since college I have developed a real interest in architectural history which is why I'm really enjoying my job.
Name: Suzanne Copping
Current Employer: National Park Service, National Heritage Areas Program
Bio: For preservationists like me who also love vibrant landscapes, local food ways, traveling, and recreating in the outdoors, because they integrate history, culture, and nature in ways that make residents and tourists really connect with what they are seeing and experiencing. Current Employer: National Park Service, National Heritage Areas Program
Name: Tim Goddard
Degree: Master of Applied Anthropology, Historic Preservation Certificate
Current Employer: Student
Bio: I am currently in the Michigan Technological University PhD program in Industrial Heritage and Archaeology during the school year but continue to live and consult in the Virginia, Metro DC area. I am continuing work on spatial technologies including the use of WebGIS I am also working with individuals in the UMD architecture department in Italy at Stabia.
Name: Gail Littlefield
Current Employer: Department of the Navy
Bio: I work with a small but committed group of cultural resources professionals who are the Navy's headquarters-level preservation/archeology/tribal issues experts. We work on preservation policy issues(Navy and DoD), guidance on how Navy should integrate cultural resources planning into overall planning, the budget for cultural resources projects at Navy installations, and specific initiatives, such as organizing the Navy initiative to get historic status information into the real property inventory and GIS systems.
Name: Erica Schultz
Current Employer: Carey & Co.
Bio: I'm still enjoying my explorations of San Francisco after moving out here from Maryland. I'm also learning about the Bay Area's history and architecture through my job as an architectural historian for a preservation architecture firm.