Emma joined EverGreene in May 2016 as a conservator, where she worked closely with senior conservators in all aspects of historic conservation work, including research, condition assessments, conservation treatments, and materials testing and analysis.
In July 2022, Emma moved into an Assistant Project Manager role where she focuses her skills on scheduling, budgeting, communication and team building. She assists with on-site operations, the daily needs of projects, and is deeply committed to the team’s safety, communication and quality of work performed.
Prior to joining EverGreene, Emma worked as a preservationist at Bennett Preservation Engineering in Charleston, South Carolina, where she worked closely with an engineer and a conservator. The majority of her work involved on-site documentation, condition assessments, and the creation of construction documents.
Emma holds her BA in Historic Preservation and Art History from the College Charleston in South Carolina before earning a Masters in Preservation Studies from Tulane University, where she interned at Cypress Building Conservation and assisted architectural conservators on the restoration of historic wood windows. She is an active in member in several industry organizations including the American Institute of Conservation (AIC) and the Association of Preservation Technology, Washington DC Chapter.