Seattle Transformational Lecture Series with Richard Moe 03-24-09

When Richard Moe became the seventh president of the National Trust for Historic reservation, he brought to the position a lifelong interest in history and a career-long commitment to public service.

A native of Duluth, Minnesota, Moe graduated from Williams College and received a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School. He held administrative positions in government at the city, state and federal levels and practiced law in Washington, D.C., before assuming the presidency of the National Trust in 1993.

Established in 1949, the nonprofit National Trust is the leader of America’s vigorous and growing historic preservation movement. It has approximately 250,000 members, publishes the award-winning Preservation magazine, and has six regional offices and 29 historic sites from coast to coast. As president, Moe leads the organization in its mission to save the nation’s diverse historic places and create more livable communities for all Americans. Under his direction, the National Trust has greatly strengthened its financial base, reaffirmed its commitment to expanding and diversifying the organized preservation movement, become an outspoken and effective advocate of controlling sprawl and encouraging smart growth, and launched innovative initiatives to demonstrate preservation’s effectiveness as a tool for community revitalization and for sustainable development.

Doors open at 5:00pm, lecture starts at 5:30pm.

This lecture is sponsored by the Daniels Development Company.

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