Lisa Craig is chief of historic preservation for the City of Annapolis. She has 20 years of preservation experience in public service, property development and nonprofit leadership at the state and national level.
Ms. Craig served for five years with the National Trust for Historic Preservation before being named the State Historic Preservation Officer for the District of Columbia. Craig earned a bachelor’s degree in historic preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design and a master’s in the field from the University of Oregon.
Craig has also worked to rehabilitate officers housing at the U.S. Air Force Academy, drafted an agreement for the Fort Lawton Historic District in Seattle and developed a public-private equity structure for historic tax credit certification at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.