Ethos Preservation Principals

OUR ETHOS

Our goal is to help you achieve yours. Guiding all our work are the tenets of historic preservation and the belief that our communities are shaped and enhanced by historic buildings. Beyond this, our aim is to keep integrity and honesty at the core of what we do. We know that no job is done without the work of a team. This is our ethos. Let's work together to realize yours.

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PRINCIPAL

A certified planner and former Director of Urban Planning and Historic Preservation for the Metropolitan Planning Commission, Ellen is an expert in municipal preservation planning, specializing in developer guidance and representation for projects in historic districts. Other specialties include historic tax credit projects and ordinance development.

PRINCIPAL

An experienced manager of architectural and preservation projects, Rebecca specializes in community engagement, historical research, and documentation, serving as principal investigator and author of a wide range of projects and texts to include historic structure reports, resources surveys, and restoration plans.

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CONSULTANT

A talented organizer and researcher, Briana was most recently an Associate Principal at PlaceEconomics, where she contributed to studies in over 15 states including the 2015 Beyond Tourism: The Economics of Historic Preservation in Savannah report. She has expertise at the nexus of preservation policy, economics, civic data, and advocacy.  

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

A skilled architectural and public historian, Kim was most recently the Director of Interpretation and Preservation at the Coastal Georgia Historical Society. She led the state of Georgia in successful historic tax incentive applications as the Director of Preservation Field Services with the Historic Macon Foundation. Other specialties include National Register theory and practice, interpretive writing, and non-profit procedure development. 

Kiersten Connor

PROJECT MANAGER

Savvy at historic research and documentation, Kiersten’s most notable positions included working as an Assistant Project Manager for JTVS Builders and as a crew member and researcher for Re:Purpose Savannah. She has experience in historical resource surveys, archival research, project management, and conservation. Kiersten currently serves on the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Savannah.