About Bethany Gladhill
Bethany Gladhill is a consultant in non-profit and arts management, and in historic preservation. Her extensive and varied experience includes:
- Non-Profit Management, particularly for arts organizations and community groups. Arts experience includes twelve years at the internationally renowned Theatre de la Jeune Lune in marketing,finance, and operations, as well as serving as the Finance Director for the Jungle Theater most recently as Managing Director for Nautilus Music-Theater. Other clients include Circus Juventas, Open Eye Figure Theatre, the Minnesota Alliance for Arts in Education, the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association, and smaller clients ranging from theaters to dance companies to galleries. Community groups include the SEIU - Minnesota State Council, the Macalester-Groveland Community Council, KidsPark, and the Beltrami NRP.
- Historic Preservation. Masters of Arts in Historic Preservation from Goucher College. Masters thesis, "Historic Conservation Districts as a Viable Option for Saint Paul, Minnesota" won the McCullough Award for best thesis (see "Thesis" page for more information). Recent projects include Historic Contexts for Lake City, Waseca, and Mankato, an Interpretive Plan for the Upper Post of Fort Snelling, Downtown District Guidelines for Wahpeton/Breckenridge, and Tax Credit/National Register work for the former Minneapolis fire barns, the Minnesota Building, Christiania Lutheran Church, and the Waseca Bandstand.
- Extensive community involvement includes the Summit Avenue Residential Preservation Association (SARPA), Summit-University Planning Council, Ramsey Hill Association, Friends of Holcombe Circle, Old Town Restorations, Wellstone Action, and more. Awards include the above-mentioned McCullough Award, a Blacklock Fellowship, an Institute for Community Cultural Development fellowship, Emerging Preservation Leader scholarship, and more.
- Please see resume for more detailed information.
627 Ashland Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55104
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