Living with the New Normal: Shifting Attitudes on Preservation and Resiliency in Charleston, SC by Winslow Hastie

START DATE | TIME
Thursday, March 12, 2020
2:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Thursday, March 12, 2020
3:00pm
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Event Address

311 Peruvian Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Lecture

Free to members: $30 non-members

Reservations Required

Winslow Hastie is President & CEO of Historic Charleston Foundation, a non-profit organization that champions the historic authenticity, cultural character and livability of the Charleston region through advocacy, stewardship, and community
engagement.

Hastie began his career in San Francisco as a preservation consultant at Carey & Co. Architecture, and as an urban planner and preservation specialist at the City of San Francisco Planning Department. A native of Charleston, Hastie returned to his roots as the Chief Preservation Officer at Historic Charleston Foundation.

Following a national search, Hastie was chosen to lead the Foundation as President & CEO, ushering in a new era of heightened advocacy engagement and strategic programming to address preservation, livability, and growth issues facing the Charleston region. He holds a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of the South at
Sewanee.

In his active civic life, Hastie serves on the Board of Directors of Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, an historic site outside of Charleston; the Advisory Board of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art; the Board of Directors of Preservation Action, a national preservation advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.; and the Board of the Friends of the Lowcountry Lowline.

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Winslow Hastie

Lecture

Free to members: $30 non-members

Reservations Required

Winslow Hastie is President & CEO of Historic Charleston Foundation, a non-profit organization that champions the historic authenticity, cultural character and livability of the Charleston region through advocacy, stewardship, and community
engagement.

Hastie began his career in San Francisco as a preservation consultant at Carey & Co. Architecture, and as an urban planner and preservation specialist at the City of San Francisco Planning Department. A native of Charleston, Hastie returned to his roots as the Chief Preservation Officer at Historic Charleston Foundation.

Following a national search, Hastie was chosen to lead the Foundation as President & CEO, ushering in a new era of heightened advocacy engagement and strategic programming to address preservation, livability, and growth issues facing the Charleston region. He holds a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of the South at
Sewanee.

In his active civic life, Hastie serves on the Board of Directors of Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, an historic site outside of Charleston; the Advisory Board of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art; the Board of Directors of Preservation Action, a national preservation advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.; and the Board of the Friends of the Lowcountry Lowline.

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Winslow Hastie
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