Emerging Professional Mentorship Series – Architectural Historian
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.
This program is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Groundwork Planning & Preservation.
About our Architectural Historian
Christina Dikas is a Principal and Director of Page & Turnbull's Cultural Resources Planning Studio, and an architectural historian who values the sense of place, historical perspective, and sustainability inherent in cultural resource management and historic preservation. She has extensive experience surveying, researching, and evaluating historic properties.
A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Christina received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Master of Architectural History with a Certificate of Historic Preservation from the University of Virginia. Christina has conducted numerous historic resource surveys and has extensive experience preparing Historic Resource Evaluations, CEQA and Section 106 Technical Reports, Historic Context Statements, Preservation Design Guidelines, and other preservation planning services.
In addition to her professional work, Christina is an avid photographer and contributed photographs to The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s long-traveling exhibit about the life and work of landscape architect Lawrence Halprin.