M.A.H.P. Alumni Anniversary Spotlight
Celebrating 25 years of distinguished graduates of our program.
To celebrate the M.A. in Historic Preservation Program's 25th anniversary and the success of its alumni, the Welch Center will be interviewing some of the program's graduate to gain insight on what they love about the program, what they learned in the program, and how they are working to preserve places in a rapidly changing world. Learn more about our distinguished alumni below.
M.A.H.P. Anniversary Spotlight Series
- June 12, 2020
Donna Reiner, M.A.H.P. '09, loves to work on efforts that protect her historic district.
- May 29, 2020
Mindy Gulden Crawford, M.A.H.P. '98, hopes that historic preservation professionals will encourage people to support locally owned family businesses and find new uses for empty or under-utilized historic resources.
- May 11, 2020
In the past six years Katherina C. Paliwoda, M.A.H.P. '16, has been in the historic preservation field, she has seen more efforts to educate the public on the benefits and incentives of preserving historic structures and places.
- May 6, 2020
Fred Smith, M.A.H.P. '04, would like historic preservation to be a necessary part of sustainable practices, thriving communities, civic engagement, and cultural heritage.
- May 1, 2020
Kim O'Connell, M.A.H.P. '06, is working to capture the experiences of Asian Americas in the United States.
- April 20, 2020
Lawana Holland-Moore, M.A.H.P. '16, finds her work in the historic preservation field to be rewarding. An important part of her job involves recognizing and telling the full history of African American historic sites.
- April 13, 2020
Aimee Jorjani, M.A.H.P. '12, has worked on a number of great projects in her career. She contributed to two efforts to reauthorize the federal Historic Preservation Fund and helped to introduce the Preserve America and Save America's Treasures Act in 2007.