About ATHP

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation was organized and incorporated as the Alabama Preservation Alliance in 1987. A 501(c)(3) not for profit organization, the Alabama Trust is a membership organization supported by individuals, families, and groups statewide. We operate with through a dedicated volunteer board of directors.

Board of Directors

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation is governed by its board of directors, an active and involved group representing many professions and diverse interests in the field of historic preservation coming from all parts of our state. The Board of Directors meets quarterly, in various locations around the state. The Executive Committee, consisting of officers and at-large members, meets monthly.

2020 ALABAMA TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Leigh Bishop Taub, President
Katie Randall, 1st Vice President (Project Initiatives)
Elam Holley, 2nd Vice President (Treasurer)
William B. Kimbrough III, 3rd Vice President (Membership & Social Media)
Colin Mitchell, Secretary
Pamela Sterne King, Immediate Past President

Sissy Austin
Christine Dawson
Mike Bunn
Wimberly Comer
Elijah E. Davis
Catarina Echols
Todd Keith
Amy M. Kostine
Ruth Mason Mauldin
P. Nigel Roberts
E. Barden Smedburg, Jr.
Travis Wesson

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As a grassroots citizens’ group, the Alabama Trust provides a statewide voice for preservation efforts. The organization assists local groups around the state in seeking viable alternatives to demolition and making presentations to public officials concerning the value of preservation.
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As a grassroots citizens’ group, the Alabama Trust provides a statewide voice for preservation efforts. The organization assists local groups around the state in seeking viable alternatives to demolition and making presentations to public officials concerning the value of preservation.