Doug Gasek, Executive Director
firstname.lastname@example.org Focused on organizational sustainability and community development that reuses existing buildings, Doug joined PAM in 2012. During this time, PAM launched two new programs, developed new staff positions, and fostered new partnerships. Doug gained his knowledge of preservation working as the Executive Director with the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation and as the Alaska State Architectural Historian. He has degrees in History, Historic Preservation, and Nonprofit Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Southeast Missouri State University and the University of Montana.
Erin Hanafin Berg, Preservation Support Services Manager
email@example.com Erin Hanafin Berg, a native of St. Paul, earned an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the University of Oregon and has over fifteen years professional experience in the preservation field. She brings a love of historic architecture and a background in preservation planning, research, and documentation to PAM. Her work is focused on empowering individuals and supporting community development by sharing information, resources, and strategies to undertake successful preservation activities.
Todd Wright, Development Director
Emily Northey, Minnesota Main Street Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org Emily Northey, Minnesota Main Street Coordinator, joined the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota in 2010 when the new statewide program was launched. Emily grew up in Duluth, Minnesota and received her bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Political Science from Macalester College. She has worked for organizations such as the Wilder Research Center, the City of Blaine Planning Department, and the Brainerd Lakes Chamber where she managed their Main Street Program for its first three years. Emily is an active volunteer with the Minnesota Design Team.
Erin Dorbin, Partnership Coordinator (Southeast Minnesota)
email@example.com Equal parts new media historian, preservationist and community organizer, Erin has completed various projects for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office, Wyoming Public Media, New York Folklore Society, Michigan State Historic Preservation Office, Historic Milwaukee, Inc. and the Anoka County Historical Society. She believes that the most powerful role an individual can hold is participating in the process which determines the look, feel and character of the place in which they live. As the new Southeast Partnership Coordinator, Erin seeks to unite and strengthen neighborhoods via the economic, cultural and social power of historic preservation.
Anne Ketz, Real Estate Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org Anne started as PAM’s Real Estate Coordinator in May 2015, bringing a strong focus in historic real estate and economic development. Anne has 10 years of combined experience in business administration and construction project coordination. Most recently she worked for Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps as their first Crew Leader and as Program Assistant for Anacostia Trails Heritage Area in Maryland. She has also been an active PAM volunteer since 2011 and completed a summer internship with PAM in 2013. Anne holds a Master of Historic Preservation degree from the University of Maryland, College Park and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Chris Brown, Preservation Support Services Assistant
email@example.com Chris Brown began working in his new role as a Project Assistant in the Field Services Department in August 2013, after having served as PAM’s Resource Development Intern and Main Street Assistant. Chris graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in Urban Studies and Geography minor. Chris’s experience in grant writing and administration, partnership development, and meeting facilitation is put to use in addressing community development challenges throughout Minnesota.
Natalie Heneghan, Preservation Support Services Assistant
firstname.lastname@example.org Prior to becoming Program Assistant in March 2015, Natalie served as the Preservation Alliance’s Minnesota Main Street Intern and Real Estate Intern. She holds a B.A. in History from Macalester College and has experience with oral history, youth and community development, and digital humanities. Committed to the collection of both individual and community (hi)stories, Natalie also volunteers as the Minnesota Associate for the Living New Deal project.