- Alex Sweeney (Savannah) is a prehistoric archaeologist and Branch Manager of Brockington Cultural Resource Consulting’s Savannah office.
Sue Moore, PhD is a professor emerita of anthropology at Georgia Southern University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Florida. Her interests include 18th-20th century American historical archaeology.
- Celine Gladwin, AIA (Valdosta) received her Master of Architecture degree from Harvard. She has been involved in preservation issues in Florida and Georgia and now serves as president of BFB Gladwin Architects.
Joe Smith, AIA (Madison). Joe’s architectural firm focuses on historic preservation in their restoration and rehabilitation work. He also serves on the Madison Historic Preservation Commission and has served as a speaker at many HPC training events in Georgia.
Tom Taylor, PhD has been a professor of historic preservation at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah since 2009. He received his PhD from George Washington University and did undergraduate study at the University of Virginia. Prior to coming to Georgia, he was the chief architectural conservator for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
- Cari Goetcheus (Athens) is Associate Professor in the UGA College of Environment and Design.
- Laura Drummond (Atlanta) received a Master in Heritage Preservation from Georgia State University and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy at GSU. She is owner and principal in the firm Atlanta Preservation & Planning Services and has helped teach many preservation classes.
David Steele, AIA receives a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Architecture from Andrews University. He is currently and Associate at Lord Aeck Sargent Architecture in Atlanta where he is a project manager in the Historic Preservation practice area.
- Ann McCleary, PhD coordinates the public history program and the museum studies program at the University of West Georgia. She received her PhD from Brown University. Her research interests focus on American social and cultural history, especially material culture, vernacular architecture, women’s history, rural history, American folklife, and oral history.
- Keith Hebert, PhD is an assistant professor and public history program officer at Auburn University, but lives in Bremen, Georgia. He received his PhD from Auburn University. His interests include the Confederate home front during the Civil War and 20th century American visionary art environments.
Who to contact:
Olivia Head, National Register Specialist