Revitalization Conference Speakers
Kevin Rose is a historian for The Turner Foundation in Springfield, Ohio, working in architectural and social history. Through his work at the Foundation, he gives numerous lectures and tours on history and architecture topics throughout the Midwest. Kevin holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Wittenberg University and a Masters in Interpretative Studies from the University of Leicester in England. He is a founder of the Springfield Preservation Alliance, Lillian Gish Film Festival, and Springfield’s Summer Walking Tour Series. In addition, he serves on the board of the Springfield Preservation Alliance and actively works with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House. Kevin and his wife Marta Wojcik reside in Springfield’s South Fountain Historic District, where they enjoy restoring their 1881 Stick-Eastlake house.
At our Revitalization Conference in Toledo May 8-10, Kevin Rose will be leading the session Tour=Education+Advocacy+Revenue.
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