The women of Preservation Maryland on International Women's Day, 2017.

International Women’s Day: Women of Preservation on PreserveCast

03/08/2017
By Meagan Baco

Today is International Women’s Day, and we know that women have played an essential role in the history of preservation from the Ladies’ Association of Mount Vernon to our own Michelle Eshelman, a recent architecture school graduate that jumped right into the Ellicott City recovery efforts. Here are some great interviews with Maryland women of preservation on our podcast, PreserveCast:

BELINDA KILBY
ELEVATED ELEMENT

Truely at the intersection of historic preservation and technology, Belinda Kilby of Elevated Element discusses the art and science of using drones, laser scanning, and photogrammetry to discover and illustrate place in a whole new way.

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Susan Langley at Mallows Bay. Credit the Quantico Sentry.

DR. SUSAN LANGLEY
MARYLAND STATE UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGIST

Underwater archaeology is as cool as it sounds, especially as described by Dr. Susan Langley, Maryland’s Underwater Archaeologist for the past 20 years. Dive in to Susan’s interview on this episode of PreserveCast.

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Nakita Reed, architect, inspects an historic church on the Eastern Shore.

NAKITA REED
ENCORE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

Nakita Reed, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, GGP, is a founder and principal at Maryland’s Encore Sustainable Design, an architecture firm that takes a holistic approach to sustainability in the built environment.

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Michelle Eshelman in Ellicott City, 2016.

MICHELLE ESHELMAN
PRESERVATION MARYLAND

Listen in for Michelle Eshelman’s thoughts on architecture schools, new architectural tools, and the very important work she’s doing around the state through Preservation Maryland’s Six-to-Fix program and our Ellicott City Preservation Resource Center.

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MORE ABOUT PRESERVECAST

PreserveCast is available online from iTunes Store and the Google Play Store, as well as our website, presmd.org.

PreserveCast is developed under a grant from the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, a unit of the National Park Service. It’s contents are the sole responsibility of Preservation Maryland and the Maryland Milestones Heritage Area and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the National Park Service or the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.

Episode was produced and engineered by Ben and Stephen Israel. Our Executive Producer is Aaron Marcavitch from Maryland Milestones Heritage Area. Our theme music is performed by the band Pretty Gritty.

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Meagan Baco shares the stories of the Old Line State’s important history and unique places – and the people working to preserve it, through Preservation Maryland’s website and publications.

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