Sr. Program Officer & Regional Attorney, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mountains/Plains Office
Amy Cole is the Senior Program Officer and Regional Attorney in the Mountains/Plains Office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation where she represents the Trust in the states of Kansas, Nebraska and Utah and provides technical assistance on preservation-related legal issues arising throughout the Mountains/Plains Region, particularly compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The National Trust is the leading national advocate for the preservation of our nation’s rich cultural diversity found in communities, neighborhoods and buildings. Ms. Cole joined the National Trust in February 2001. Prior to joining the Trust, Cole was the Director of Legal Affairs and Special Projects at Preservation North Carolina, a statewide preservation non-profit. A native of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Cole received a B.A. degree in Historic Preservation from Mary Washington College in 1993, and a J.D. degree from Wake Forest University in 1996.
Friday, July 4
All Camps / World War II Japanese American Historic Sites Meeting
Amy Cole, Sr. Program Officer & Regional Attorney, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mountains/Plains Office
Diane Matsuda, Executive Officer, California Historical & Preservation Endowment
Kara Miyagishima, Historian - Intermountain Region, National Park Service
Gerald Yamada, Partner, O'Connor & Hannan. LLP
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Capitol 4, 4th Floor
Topic: Passing It Forward