University of Kentucky College of Design
6th Annual Historic Preservation Symposium
New Voices, Current Needs
Stanley Lowe is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Pittsburgh Neighborhood Preservation Services. He is also the former Executive Director of the City of Pittsburgh Housing Authority, was the Vice President of the Neighborhood Revitalization Department of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and has worked for years to channel energy, attention and resources toward economic development in low income urban neighborhoods.
The sixth annual historic preservation symposium, "New Voices, Current Needs," explored how preservation can address the needs of underserved communities and help correct modern and historical injustices. The free public symposium took place March 1 and 2, at the Lexington History Museum, located at 215 W. Main St. in downtown Lexington.