Maddie joined the staff at HBI in June of 2015. Maddie is a native of Scituate and recently graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she studied English and Political Science. During her time at UMass she worked as a writing tutor at UMass’ Writing Center and spent a semester abroad in Dublin Ireland. In addition to managing HBI’s office operations, she is responsible for HBI’s social media platforms and communications. Maddie is a resident of South Boston.
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Kathy Kottaridis joined Historic Boston Incorporated as Executive Director in June of 2007. Prior to service at HBI, she was Associate Director of Public Affairs at Northeastern University, responsible for shaping and implementing the university’s strategic effort to support neighborhood revitalization. Kathy has also served as director of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Director of Economic Development at the Boston Redevelopment Authority, Director of the City of Boston’s Office of Business Development, and founding director of Boston Main Streets. A native of Dover, New Hampshire, she received her BA in History from the University of New Hampshire, an MA in Historic Preservation from Boston University, and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Kathy is a resident of Jamaica Plain.
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Lisa joined HBI in January, 2009 as a Senior Project Manager. She began her work in project management in 1989 at Keen Development Corporation, which specialized in the adaptive re-use of historic buildings to mixed-income housing. Her work at Keen included the development of West End Place, 183 units of cooperative, mixed-income housing in the former West End of Boston. She also managed the development of 300 Summer Street, a 48 unit conversion of a former warehouse into artist live/work lofts, gallery space and a cafe for the Fort Point Arts Community, and the Payne Elevator building in Cambridge, which was converted to 18 artist condominiums. After spending a year in Australia, in 2000 Lisa joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston to oversee the transformation of a former industrial building in Chelsea to the new Jordan Boys & Girls Club. She stayed with the organization until 2007 to manage the renovation of the Charlestown club and the renovation and expansion of the Roxbury and Dorchester clubs. After leaving the Boys & Girls Clubs, Lisa worked on the design and construction planning for the Salvation Army’s Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in the Uphams/Dudley neighborhood of Dorchester. Lisa lives in Jamaica Plain.
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Jeffrey Morgan joined Historic Boston Incorporated in July of 2012 after completing a Master in Design Studies in Real Estate and Urban Development degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Prior to joining HBI, Jeffrey was a practicing architect, urban designer, and real estate developer. He had also been a design educator at Iowa State University. Jeffrey’s work as an architect included the design of market rate and affordable multifamily housing and mixed-use and retail infill in multicultural neighborhoods. His urban design work included redevelopment strategies for distressed neighborhood business and warehouse districts. His work garnered design awards in affordable housing, interior design, historic preservation, master planning, and urban design. As a real estate professional, he has owned and managed market-rate residential properties and a commercial office / artist studio building. He has also participated as a real estate developer on pioneering efforts to revitalize distressed urban areas. Jeffrey is an Edward M. Gramlich Fellow of the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies and NeighborWorks America, where his research involved the role of community development corporations at the intersection of micro-business development and inner-city neighborhood business district redevelopment. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture in 1981 and Bachelor of Architecture in 1983 both from Iowa State University. He currently resides in Cambridge.
Principal, Millenium Partners
President, Hacin + Associates
Vice President and Managing Director of Development, Maloney Properties, Inc.
Associate, DLA Piper
Former Director, Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence
President, Perry Brokerage Associates
Vice President, The Druker Company, Ltd.
Principal, Marla Glanzer Curtis, A.I.A.
President and Principal, Back Bay Development Group
Former CEO, Shawmut Design and Construction
Founder and Ceo, Tend LLC
Attorney, Goulston & Storrs
Principal, Bruner/Cott Architects and Planners
President, Marc Truant and Associates
Partner, Goulston & Storrs
Partner, Ropes & Gray LLP
President, Related Beal
President, Consigli Construction
President and Managing Partner, WinnDevelopment
Preservation Consultant, Eric Dray Consulting
President, The Druker Company, Ltd.
Former Director, BCA New England
Former President, Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation
Chair of the Board, The Barr Foundation
President and CEO, Lee Kennedy Co Inc
Undersecretary Department of Housing and Community Development, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Principal, Chan Krieger NBBJ
Chairman, Boston Redevelopment Authority
Partner, Ropes and Gray
Founding Partner and Managing Director, The HYM Investment Group, LLC
President and Chief Operating Officer, Eastern Bank
Director of Lending, Mass Housing Partnership
Principal, Spencer Vogt Architects
Director of Cities and Sustainable Real Estate, Arup
Photographer, Peter Vanderwarker Photography
Vice President and Managing Principal, The Architectural Team
President and CEO, Blackstone Exchange
Partner, Noble & Wickersham LLP