Amy Elizabeth joined EverGreene in 2018. She works closely with conservators and technicians in all aspects of conservation work including: research, condition assessments, conservation treatments, and materials testing and analysis.
Prior to joining EverGreene, Amy Elizabeth spent three years as an architectural conservator with the Clemson University Warren Lasch Conservation Center. She was involved in work with the development, implementation, and timely completion of multiple grants, contracts, and research projects. Amy Elizabeth also spent two years as an architectural conservator with the National Park Service, where she worked with individual parks to write internal funding proposals for conservation and advised treatments. She also served as principal investigator for the completion of historic structure reports, and investigated architectural materials.
Amy Elizabeth is active in member in the American Institute of Conservation (AIC) and holds a Professional Associate status. She currently serves as the Program Chair for the Architectural Specialty Group (ASG) for AIC. This a one-year position that oversees the annual meeting program, which involves working with other subgroups for possible joint sessions, establishing any specialty call for papers, reviewing and selecting abstract submissions, organizing the presentation slates, and coordinating the ASG reception.
She received her MS in Historic Preservation from Clemson University in South Carolina after earning her BA in History, Spanish, and Political Science at Washington College in Chestertown, MD.
Ringling Museum of Art - Ca'd'Zan2019 Florida Preservation AwardsFlorida Historic Preservation Foundation