Join one of Historic Nashville’s committees!
Interested in joining or want more information? Contact us or click on the link below each committee’s description to send an email directly to that committee’s chair.
The Marketing Committee is responsible for external communications, including public relations and marketing, for the organization. This includes social media, website content, email marketing, annual reports, press releases, and branded merchandise. If you have communications experience and are passionate about sharing Historic Nashville’s mission, this is the committee for you!
This committee plans and executes tours, happy hours, educational programming, and our annual membership meeting. They identify locations for behind-the-scenes tours and create programs that educate the public on Nashville history and practical preservation strategies. If you have ideas about places you’d like to visit or activities for our membership, this is the committee for you!
This committee is responsible for strategic planning to direct the organization’s future, identifying and working with community partners, and seeking donations and financial partners. This committee creates strategic plans and develops Historic Nashville’s annual report. If you are skilled in planning, coordinating with stakeholders, and directing an organization, this is the committee for you!
This committee is responsible for promoting preservation of endangered historic resources, advocating for public policies that support preservation, and supporting education on preservation incentives and building rehabilitation. This committee is responsible for identifying our annual Nashville Nine, a list of the city’s historic properties endangered by demolition, neglect or development. If you are concerned about Nashville’s endangered historic properties, are familiar with preservation incentives, and can work with stakeholders, this is the committee for you!
Preservation Easement Committee responsibilities include the following: Documenting Preservation Easement properties’ conditions with digital photographs; maintaining contact with building owners and managers; Advising building owners as to best practices for maintenance and restoration; Acting as liaisons for building owners to HNI, and other local and statewide preservation organizations (government offices and non-profits); and Marketing Historic Preservation Easement Program to owners of National Register listed and eligible properties. If you are familiar with historic architecture and preservation, or just want to know more, this is the committee for you!
Easements Staff: Caroline Eller