Alumni News

  • Elizabeth Elliott (’15) became Administrative Director & Event Coordinator for the Taylor Grady House and the Junior League of Athens in June of 2014.
  • Kimberly Kooles (’09) became a Research Analyst with EQ Research in November of 2014. She focuses on clean-energy and energy efficiency policy research and analysis. Areas of expertise include energy efficiency incentives, green building methods and policies, local and state solar policy, and integrating renewables and energy efficiency into historic districts.
  • Lindsey K. Kerr (’09) became Horticulturist at Rock Cobble Farm LLC in Novemeber of 2014. As horticulturist, she cares for and maintains five acres, including formal French-style rose, herb, and cut-flower gardens.
  • Sarah Farr (’13) became an historic preservation planner with the Chatham County-Savannah Metropolitan Planning Commission in September of last year. She reviews Certificates of Appropriateness for local historic districts; presents projects to the Historic District Board of Review; and performs a wide variety of preservation tasks as needed, including answering questions from applicants and the public.
  • Daniel Weldon (’14) became Development Review Officer with the Macon Bibb County Planning and Zoning department (MBPZ) this past February.
  • Caroline Alex (’13) became Program Manager in the Office of Global Engagement under the Study Abroad Department at Clemson University this January.
  • Benjamin Roberts (’10) started as an Architectural Historian with SEARCH in September of 2014. SEARCH is a leading nationwide and global provider of cultural resources services to Commercial and Government customers in the Defense, Energy, Transportation, and Development markets.
  • Inger Wood (’12) is halfway through teaching her first semester of Introduction to Historic Preservation at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro.  She is working with undergrad and graduate students from a variety of majors on the basics of practice and theory in the field and developing a healthy preservation ethic.


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