Emerging Professional Mentorship Series – Historic Resources Manager

Join the California Preservation Foundation for a new webinar program aimed at students, interns, graduates, and emerging professionals, with the goal of opening pathways for new individuals to the field to network and learn.

The one-hour, free lunchtime program will include a 10 minute presentation by speaker, approximately 20 minutes of Q&A with CPF's Education Committee Co-Chairs, and 30 minutes of open/audience Q&A.

Find more resources for students on our Student Support webpage.

This program is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Groundwork Planning & Preservation.

About Our Guest Speaker

Brandon Spencer-Hartle (he/him) serves as the Historic Resources Manager for the City of Portland, Oregon. In his role at the City of Portland, Brandon manages all aspects of the city’s survey, inventory and designation program, oversees development of historic preservation regulations, and directs both staff and consultants on various historic preservation projects. Brandon has served as the lead author on National Register nominations, district design guidelines, historic preservation legislation, and various research and technical guides. Brandon holds a bachelor’s degree in community development and a master’s degree in historic preservation. In previous roles, Brandon directed advocacy for Oregon’s statewide historic preservation nonprofit and prepared historic tax credit applications for mid-scale redevelopment projects. Brandon was born and raised in Sacramento and spends his vacations camping on Mount Lassen, hiking in the Sierra, staying out late in San Francisco, and visiting family in Ventura.