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Morning Forum: Young Preservationists

  • Mill City Museum 710 South 2nd Street Minneapolis, MN, 55401 United States (map)

The theme of this month's Morning Forum will be Young Preservationists. Our panel will be discussing what preservation means for them and how that works into their lives.

More details to come! We will be broadcasting this via Facebook Live so if you aren't able to join us in person you can follow along here. 

Metered parking is available along South Second Street and at a ramp across the street from the Museum. Coffee and bakery treats wil be available with a small donation requested. 

We typically start a few minutes after 8 and finish promptly at 9:00.

As a Project Manager for Bader Development, Will is responsible for helping guide overall project direction and coordination, from pre-development through completion of construction. He joined the team in March of 2015 after launching the Real Estate Program for the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. Will is certified by the National Development Council as a Historic Housing Development Finance Professional.

Stephanie is a certified planner with a graduate degree in community and regional planning and a bachelors degree in Architecture from the University of Nebraska. Since graduation she has worked in city government as a planner and briefly as an architectural historian with a private firm. While working as a historic preservation planner intern during college she authored one National Register nomination and assisted with research and photography on two others. She served as the staff liaison to the Historic Preservation Commission while working in Lubbock, Texas prior to moving to Minnesota where she now works in Anoka as an Associate Planner. She is a member of the Preserve Minneapolis Board of Directors and serves as the chair of the Advocacy Committee.

Anne Ketz, currently works for the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) as the Real Estate Program Coordinator where she works daily with developers, contractors, property owners and public agencies in matters related to historic properties and real estate financing incentives around the state. She earned a Master in Historic Preservation from the University of Maryland, College Park and a BA in Global Studies from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Prior to joining the preservation field, Anne worked for several years in the commercial and industrial construction industry in project management and construction safety.