A senior architectural historian, Emily has over a decade of experience in property assessments, historic preservation, and related work. Currently she manages a team of 15 historians in 4 states, documenting historic properties and determining eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places in compliance with Section 106 and NEPA Section 4(f).
Always pushing the envelope for her clients and her team, Emily developed digital data collection and project management systems to maximize efficiency, helping her and her team tackle surveys involving over 1,000 properties. They have strategically diversified our historic preservation solutions, including statewide historic context statements, historic preservation planning documents, oral history interviews, and materials conservation.
From growing up exploring historic neighborhoods with her parents, which inspired her career path, to browsing antique stores on the weekends, history has always played an integral role Emily’s life.