We’re excited to share news that Lindsey Wallace, has joined 106 Group as a Senior Architectural Historian and Planner. In her new role within our History Team, Lindsey will lead a range of projects for public and private clients.
Lindsey is an architectural historian and planner with 15 years of professional experience working at the intersection of historic preservation, cultural resources, grant management, and community development. She is an expert in reviewing and evaluating compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, and local processes for issuing certificates of appropriateness. She collaborates frequently with federal, state, and local preservation and community development officials and partners, including State Historic Preservation Offices and local historic preservation commissions. Lindsey brings a keen attention to detail, complex problem-solving skills, conscientious management, and excellent customer service. In all her work, she strives to engage and collaborate with stakeholder groups, particularly traditionally underrepresented groups, neighborhoods, and communities.
Lindsey currently serves as the co-chair of the climate change working group for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Preservation Priorities Task Force. Previously, she served as Director of Strategic Projects and Design Services at Main Street America. In that role, she led projects and partnerships such as the NPS Main Street Façade Improvement Grant Program and the NPS Community Disaster Preparedness and Resilience Program.
Lindsey received her M.A. in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University and her B.A. in History from the Ohio State University. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys hiking, planning future trips, and spending time with her husband Mike, cat Sassy, family, and friends.