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Guiding Regulatory Compliance. Advising Conservation Solutions. Discovering Cultural Heritage.

  • Specialist in Landmarks Commission Applications
  • Former Landmarks Preservationist at the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission
  • Client Representation & Advocacy in Regulatory Compliance
  • Masters of Science degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University

Jackie is a New York City-based consultant, and holds a Masters Degree in Historic Preservation from  Columbia University.  She has been working in the field of historic preservation for the past 12 years and is a former employee of the City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission, where she reviewed and approved work to be done on individual landmarks and buildings in historic districts, guided applicants through the public hearing process, and advised architects, engineers, contractors and property owners on sound preservation practice and LPC policy.  Among the projects under Jackie’s purview were the 2007-2008 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum restoration, the Waldorf-Astoria, the Seagram Building, Lever House, the Dakota, and the San Remo.

Prior to the LPC, Jackie worked in the field in a variety of capacities, including grant applicant review at The New York Landmarks Conservancy, tax credit applications, and project management at an architecture firm where she was involved in the 2003-2004 Cloisters Museum restoration.  Jackie has also published technical articles in Common Bond, the publication of the New York Landmark Conservancy’s Sacred Sites Program.