This episode features a conversation with Sarah Marsom.  We cover ways to make the preservation field more accessible, the impetus behind her Dismantle Preservation Conference and the importance of getting paid.

Quote:  "We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color." – Dr. Maya Angelou


Not mentioned in the show but additional awesome organizations and Young Preservation groups for you:

Bio:  Sarah Marsom

With 10+ years of experience working in the cultural resources field, Sarah Marsom has a keen understanding of storytelling and connecting people to the past. Sarah works to improve the preservation movement’s accessibility by empowering the next generation of community advocates and increasing representation of lesser-known histories. In 2018, Sarah was recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as the recipient of the American Express Aspire Award during the 2018 National Preservation Awards and as an honoree of the inaugural 40 Under 40: People Saving Place's list.  

Sarah's work has been featured in Curbed, Traditional Building Magazine, and the National Parks Service’s LGBTQ America Theme Study, amongst other publications and podcasts. 

Find her on  Instagram, TwitterLinkedIn or email her at  [email protected].

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