SAVANNAH, GA – March 8, 2022 – In honor of Women’s History Month, Historic Savannah Foundation will host a discussion panel, “Women in Preservation,” Thursday, March 24 as part of its ongoing “People, Places and Stories that Define Savannah” lecture series. The panel will take place at HSF headquarters, located at 321 E. York St., Savannah. The discussion will begin at 6 p.m. with a pre-lecture gathering at 5:30 p.m. to socialize and enjoy a glass of wine.
The discussion will feature three of Savannah’s most respected women in preservation: Briana Grosicki with Ethos Preservation, Ellie Isaacs with Landmark Preservation Consulting, and Sarah Ward with Ward Architecture + Preservation.
“Historic Savannah Foundation was started over 60 years ago by a group of seven incredibly determined women, so it’s very fitting that we commemorate Women’s History Month by hosting a panel discussion featuring three of the field’s most respected and renowned female preservationists,” HSF Education and Research Associate Kimberly Newbold said. “We are all excited to honor the contributions women have made to the preservation of our beautiful city and to hear about the experiences our accomplished panelists will share with us.”
This event is open to the public, however space is limited to 25 guests, so reservations are recommended. Attendance is free for HSF members and $10 for non-members. Both members and non-members may RSVP for this event by visiting HSF’s website, www.myhsf.org or by contacting Kimberly Newbold at email@example.com or at 912-483-7294. The $10 nonmember registration fee can be paid via the HSF website.
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Historic Savannah Foundation, a leading nonprofit preservation and cultural institution, saves buildings, places, and stories that define Savannah’s past, present, and future. Following its formation in 1955, the organization started a Revolving Fund to save endangered historic properties, now totaling nearly 410 buildings throughout several of Savannah’s historic districts. HSF continues to build capacity within its operations, secure new financial resources, improve its image and visibility, and increase public policy efforts to protect Savannah’s historic districts. For more information about the work of the Historic Savannah Foundation, visit www.myhsf.org.