Susan West Montgomery is a passionate advocate for natural and historic places, committed to leveraging these places to connect citizens, promote social justice, and foster health and wellbeing. In this episode, we discuss the changing role of preservation, the need for creativity in preserving intangible heritage, the concept of greenlining, and what steps the preservation field can take to bring more inclusion and equity to the National Register of Historic Places.
This episode is sponsored by Fred McCoy. Darwina L. Neal, and Gail C. Rothrock.
This episode was written, edited, and produced by Hannah Hethmon for Better Lemon Creative Audio. Additional editing by Julia Letts. Narration and hosting by Jane I. Seiter, Ph.D. Research and support from Jere Gibber.
Robert G. Stanton joined the National Park Service as a seasonal ranger and rose through the ranks to become the agency’s first African American Director. In this episode, he reflects on …
A preview of the upcoming first season of Preservation Profiles. Guests featured in this six-episode season: Susan West Montgomery, Robert G. "Bob" Stanton, Laura Trieschmann, Eric …
A teaser from one of the upcoming episodes of Season 1 of Preservation Profiles. Susan West Montgomery tells the story of an adventure that impacted her career in historic preservation.