AIA Houston Historic Resources Committee Speaker Series w/Shanon Shea Miller

March 21, 2019
HOST: Brasil
2604 Dunlavy St. | Houston, TX 77006
Phone: (713) 520-0155
Times: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Admission: $15 Non-members; $10 members; $8 students/interns (A complimentary drink is included with ticket)
Area of Town: Montrose

Join AIA Houston Historic Resources Committee Speaker SeriesThursday 21 MarchSpeaker: Shanon Shea Miller, AICP, City of San Antonio’s Historic Preservation Officer and Director of the Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) Title: Beyond Design Review: Education and Outreach for Historic Preservation1.0 AIA Learning Unit You will learn various community engagement strategies and how to gain public support. Discover tools needed to be an effective spokesman for historic preservation in the community. Bio:Shanon Shea Miller, AICP, became the City of San Antonio’s Historic Preservation Officer and Director of the Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) in November 2008. Under Shanon’s leadership, OHP implements an award winning program that includes extensive education and outreach, technical training, a comprehensive designation initiative, design and development review, and the City’s Vacant Building Program. Shanon worked with a volunteer committee in 2012 to form the Power of Preservation (PoP) Foundation. PoP hosts the annual PROM fundraising event which raises funds for hands on programs of OHP such as S.T.A.R. (Students Together Achieving Revitalization), window restoration workshops, Rehabarama, and a learning lab for trades education. Ms. Miller was previously the Historic Preservation Officer for the City of Franklin, Tennessee, where was involved in the designation of many new historic districts, the purchase and planning for the largest battlefield reclamation in the US, the purchase and rehabilitation of a 200-acre, National Register horse farm to be opened as a City park, the design of a comprehensive heritage tourism way finding system, and the implementation of the Civil War Trails Program.

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