National Trust Leadership

Carol Quillen

Carol Quillen
President and CEO

Carol Quillen is the 10th President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Chair: Martha Nelson

Martha Nelson

Martha Nelson most recently served as Yahoo’s Senior Vice President/ Global Editor-in-Chief. She is the former Editor-in-Chief of Time Inc.

Vice Chair: Phoebe Tudor

Phoebe Tudor

Phoebe Tudor is the founder of Friends of the Dome, working to establish a public-private partnership to help repurpose Houston’s Astrodome.

National Trust Community Investment Corporation

National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) is a fully owned for-profit subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

NTCIC Interim President & CEO: Suzanne Brown

Suzanne Brown, Interim President and CEO, NTCIC

As interim president of NTCIC, Suzanne Brown directs fundraising and acquisitions opportunities, develops and implements overall strategy and new lines of business for the company, and coordinates governing board/staff relations.

NTCIC Chair: Lauri Michel

Lauri Michel

Lauri Michel was elected to the NTCIC Board in 2008 and is the vice president, risk management and special projects of the Calvert Social Investment Foundation.

NTCIC: National Trust Community Investment Corporation

Restored Exterior of Carpenter Theater in Richmond VA

National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) enables tax credit equity investments that support sustainable communities nationwide. NTCIC places qualified tax credits for federal and state historic (HTC), new markets (NMTC), solar (ITC) and low-income housing (LIHTC) projects.

Main Street America

The National Main Street Center was established as a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1980 as a way to address the myriad issues facing older and historic downtowns during that time. It is now an independent subsidiary of the Trust.

Main Street America President & CEO: Erin Barnes

Erin Barnes, President and CEO, Main Street America

Erin Barnes is the president and ceo. She oversees Main Street America’s work, offering technical assistance, research, advocacy, and education and training opportunities for Main Street’s network of approximately 1,800 members.

NMSC Chair: Darryl Young

Darryl Young, National Main Street Center Board Vice Chair.

Darryl Young is the director of the Summit Foundation’s Sustainable Cities Program. Previously, he was General Manager and led the public relations practice at Riester, a national advertising, public relations, and social marketing firm.

National Main Street Center: Main Street America

Market Street, Richmond, California

Working with a nationwide network of coordinating programs and local communities, Main Street has helped over 2,000 communities across the country bring economic vitality back downtown, while celebrating their historic character and bringing communities together.

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