Historic Savannah Foundation Re-Elects Officers, Announces New Members for Board of Trustees

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

Historic Savannah Foundation, a nonprofit historic preservation organization, recently announced the appointment of officers and new trustees, each of whom were selected for their leadership roles within the community.

The following were re-elected to officer roles:

●    Chair: Joe Eley, Savannah College of Art and Design Department of Historic Preservation

●    Vice Chair: Brian Felder, Brian Felder & Associates, LLC

●    Secretary: Sarah Lamar, HunterMaclean

●    Treasurer: Susan Clifford, Hancock Askew & Co., LLP

●    Parliamentarian: Gregori S. Anderson, Chatham County Building Safety and Regulatory Services

HSF also announced four new trustees: Thomas C. Bordeaux, Jr., a local attorney and former Savannah City Council member; Colonel George W. Bowen, USAF, Ret.; Amy Brock, owner of Amy Brock Marketing, LLC; and Emily Dickinson, executive vice president at Wet Willie’s.

“Along with our returning officers and trustees, the new board members will bring exemplary leadership and excitement to HSF’s mission of preserving and protecting Savannah’s heritage through advocacy, education, and community involvement,” said Daniel Carey, president and CEO of HSF. “We’re looking forward to working together to educate and enrich a large and diverse audience about the importance of preservation.”

Members of HSF’s Board of Trustees provide leadership by helping to establish the organization’s strategic plan, raising the necessary resources to achieve those goals and providing feedback and insight.