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Caitlin Benton

Architecture

After earning a Master degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University, Caitlin moved back to Nebraska with a desire to contribute to the preservation of the state’s historic resources. Since arriving at APMA in the fall of 2013, she has been involved in historic resource surveys; National Register nominations; building rehabilitations; and federal historic tax credit applications. Caitlin’s can-do spirit and love for the community translates to exceptional work that addresses the unique needs of clients and the world around them.


EDUCATION

Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Planning
Cornell University - Ithaca, NY

Bachelor of Art in History
Loyola University - Chicago, IL


INSPIRED BY

Nerding out over cool old buildings, exploring cities and towns by foot or bicycle, and riding along rural roads to admire the subtle beauty of the Midwest.

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

  • Restoration Exchange Omaha
    Advocacy Committee Member
  • President Ford Birthsite Neighborhood Association
    Board Member
  • Community Bike Shop Project
    Board Member

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”

– Marcel Proust