Kat Keljik

Project Manager

Kat Keljik is a heritage preservation professional with passions for community engagement and accessibility. With a background in project management and a focus on inclusive practices, Kat has extensive experience managing complex projects for historic properties across the state and region. In her role, she oversees all aspects of project development, from inception to completion. She excels in coordinating with diverse stakeholders, including preservation architects, contractors, and tribal historic preservation officers. Kat possesses a strong technical knowledge of preservation and cultural resource management. She is well-versed in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Architectural and Engineering Documentation, knowledgeable about Preservation Briefs, and proficient in property research. This combination of skills enables her to effectively navigate the complexities of heritage preservation projects while ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations. Kat’s blend of project management aptitude, cultural resource management knowledge, and dedication to inclusivity make her an invaluable asset to any project or organization.