This week’s episode is a refresh of Episode 13 with Monica Rhodes from 2021. We talk about her journey to the profession and all of the amazing work she’s done in the profession.


Bio: Over the course of her career, Monica Rhodes, has helped raise and manage over $150 million, directed preservation activities in 46 states and completed projects in over 100 national parks. She developed the first national program centered on diversifying the preservation industry and led efforts to reinstitute substantial programs in the nation to preserve national parks that tell stories related to African American, LatinX and Women’s history. Her undergraduate degree is in History (University of Tulsa) and Masters degrees are in African – American Studies (Temple University) and Historic Preservation (University of Pennsylvania). She joined Harvard University as a Loeb Fellow and just wrapped up six months in Italy at the American Academy in Rome.


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