The commitment and experience of our staff is extraordinary.
They are trained in architecture, architectural history, historic preservation, maritime studies, education, European history, urban planning, journalism, history, museum studies, American studies, and geography, among other fields. They have led local historical societies, served as art curators, served on state preservation review boards, catalogued history as archivists, and worked in design studios. As a testament to the longevity and collegiality of our organization, several of our staff members have been with Preservation Connecticut for over 10 years.
Important Note: We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religious creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, sexual orientation, intellectual disability, mental disability, physical disability, blindness, marital status, family status, or gender identity or expression.