ACBA Annual Honors Award Event - February 8-9, 2018
The American College of the Building Arts is pleased to honor one of America's most accomplished preservationists, Nancy Nash Campbell, chair emerita of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, for her lifelong devotion to saving historic places.
With a master’s degree in architecture and urban studies, Mrs. Campbell has served with distinction as chair of the Preservation League of New York State and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation; as vice chair of the Jamestown 400th Commemoration Commission; as a trustee for the Seventh Regiment Amory Conservancy and Historic Hudson Valley and the Connecticut Historical Commission; as president of the Greater Middletown Preservation Trust, and as a trustee on numerous other board in the community redevelopment and education sectors. She has been recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation with its highest honor, the Louise dePont Crowninshield Award. She and her husband, Colin, have been awarded the Churchill Bell by Colonial Williamsburg and the President’s Award by Preservation Virginia. In addition, she founded the Wesleyan Landmarks Advisory Board and is currently chair of the Montpelier Foundation.
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ACBA Annual Honors Award Event - February 2017
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