Tennessee Preservation Trust

Tennessee Preservation Trust Elects New Board Members

Posted: 06/12/2014


The Tennessee Preservation Trust (TPT) held its annual membership meeting on May 1, in Germantown, Tenn., as a part of its annual Statewide Preservation Conference.

The meeting highlighted the successes of the Tennessee Preservation Trust over the past year and also shared visions and goals for the coming year. At the meeting members approved a slate of nominations for officers and board members. The TPT board is composed of individuals representing the three major areas of the state who have a keen interest and expertise in historic preservation.

The Tennessee Preservation Trust is proud to announce its current board of directors.

Chair: David Currey
Vice-Chair: Pam Lewis
Treasurer: Shaun Rowles
Secretary: Dr. Michael Birdwell

Board members representing East Tennessee:

  • George Cox
  • David Dewhirst
  • Ann Gray
  • Carrington Montague
  • Jenny Shugart
  • Greg Vital

Board members representing Middle Tennessee:

  • Sara Preston
  • Phil Thomason
  • Brianne Huitt Thornton
  • Jeff Wells
  • Dr. Charles Womack

Board members representing West Tennessee:

  • Jill Holland
  • Andy Pouncey
  • Rep. Steve McDaniel

Media Contact:
Melissa Wyllie
Found Feather Communications
(615) 212-8682


About Tennessee Preservation Trust:
p<>. Tennessee Preservation Trust works to preserve Tennessee’s diverse historic resources through education, advocacy, and collaborative partnerships. The non-profit is headquartered in Nashville and works to monitor and promote preservation-friendly legislation at the local, state and federal levels. It also assists Tennesseans with advocacy issues pertaining to specific historic sites and districts. The organization hosts the annual Tennessee Preservation Trust education conference and publishes an annual list of the most threatened properties in the state, Ten for Tenn. Go to www.tennesseepreservationtrust.org to find out more.

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