Advisory Committee

In this color photograph, a man and a woman dressed in repdocution eighteenth-century costume talk to participants sitting at tables.
What goes into a historically accurate living history costume? Participants in this Fall 2019 workshop learn how living history can be a tool for historic preservation where they work and volunteer.

Nicole Belolan, PhD
Director, Continuing Education in Historic Preservation
Public Historian in Residence, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers University–Camden | 856-225-6878

Philippa Campbell
Chair, historic preservation, Center City Residents Association (Philadelphia)

Glenn A. Ceponis
Principal Historic Preservation Specialist, New Jersey Historic Trust

Patrick Grossi
Advocacy Director, Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

Dorothy P. Guzzo
Executive Director, New Jersey Historic Trust

Cory Kegerise
Principal Historic Preservation Specialist, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Bureau for Historic Preservation

Bruce Laverty
Curator of Architecture, Athenaeum of Philadelphia

Lorraine Minnite
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director, Undergraduate Urban Studies Program, Rutgers University­–Camden

Charlene Mires
Director of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities and Professor of History, Rutgers University–Camden

Jack O’Byrne
Executive Director, Camden County Historical Society and Camden Shipyard & Maritime Museum

Miranda Powell
Arts Education & Community Arts Program Assistant, Rutgers University–Camden Center for the Arts

Bob Russell
Preservation Architect, Holt, Morgan Russell Architects

Andrea Tingey
Principal Historic Preservation Specialist, New Jersey Historic Preservation Office