FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 1/10/2022
Athens, GA - Historic Athens has hired Hope Iglehart as its first Director of Engagement and African American Heritage. Iglehart, a native Athenian, is best known for her local grassroots efforts, community organizing, and extensive managerial track record. She was instrumental in the Historic Reese Street Community receiving their local historic designation and brings a track record of African American heritage advocacy and engagement.
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HISTORIC ATHENS ANNOUNCES FIRST DIRECTOR OF ENGAGEMENT AND AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE
Historic Athens is a 501(c)(3) non-profit working to celebrate and conserve community heritage in Athens, Georgia. For over 50 years, we have worked to improve historic preservation and heritage conservation in the Athens area. Founded as Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation in 1967.
To be a proactive force in developing community-wide understanding of the value of historic buildings, neighborhoods, and heritage.
Ongoing programs leading to community awareness
489 Prince Avenue
Fire Hall No. 2
Athens, Georgia 30601