Wrong Erica Glanz?

Last Updated 2/21/2013

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Employment History

Associate Preservation Planner  - Historic Resources Group LLC


Master of Arts  - Preservation Studies , Boston University

Bachelor of Arts degree  - Archaeology/Anthropology , Saint Mary's College of California

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Erica GlanzAssociate Preservation PlannerErica GlanzErica Glanz, Associate Preservation Planner, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Archaeology/Anthropology from Saint Mary's College of California as well as a Master of Arts in Preservation Studies from Boston University. Ms. Glanz has completed an Adaptive Use and Market Feasibility study for Boston's Modern Theater Block, a Land Use Assessment of the Quinebaug-Shetucket National Heritage Corridor, a Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan for the City of Newton, MA, and a National Register Nomination of Lawrence, MA's 110-acre Bellevue Cemetery.While interning at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Ms. Glanz created a guide of local, state, and federal laws affecting the preservation of historic neighborhood schools.Her archaeological work includes a magnetometer and GPS survey of Fort Ross and Point Reyes, CA, a gravestone study at Mission San Jose, and an archaeological expedition in Spannochia, Italy.Her interests include preservation projects involving open space and affordable housing elements, preservation as an economic revitalization tool, and the relationship between natural and cultural resource management.She maintains membership in the Los Angeles Conservancy, the Southern and New England Chapters of the Society of Architectural Historians, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Archaeological Institute of America, and serves FEMA as a Disaster Assistance Employee in the Environmental Science division.At Historic Resources Group, Ms. Glanz assists the Director of Planning with the preparation of tax credit applications, historic structures reports, and other planning-related preservation projects.Email Erica GlanzContact Historic Resources Group

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