It is with immense sadness that we are informing you that our friend, colleague, and APTNE board member, Jill Verhosek, has passed away.

The Jill Verhosek Scholarship Fund has been created and named in Jill’s honor to memorialize her dedication and contributions to our community. This fund will be used to support an annual scholarship for student and emerging professionals who are passionate about the field of preservation. 

Jill Verhosek, an extraordinary preservation architect, combined technical expertise with bulldog tenacity to care for heritage buildings. Her work at Trinity Church in the City of Boston and the Conrad Duberstein U. S. Bankruptcy Courthouse (a GSA Design Excellence project and winner of the coveted Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award) are only two of the many buildings she touched in her 21-year career working. She first worked at EYP in Washington DC and later at Goody Clancy in Boston from 2006 to 2022.  Her work exemplified her unswerving commitment to quality in every aspect of work, from analysis to final implementation. She earned an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Design from Clemson University of Classical Architecture. In APT she found peers and friends in the diverse professions that celebrate and sustain heritage.

APT Northeast is proud to share Jill’s profound impact on the preservation community and carry forward her legacy.

Donate to the Jill Verhosek Scholarship Fund Here
Read Jill's Obituary Here

APT Northeast 

APTNE is committed to serving this geographic community with regional and local preservation events and outreach.  We conduct workshops, co-sponsor events with local and statewide preservation organizations, and sponsor symposia, including our annual meeting in late February.  We support students interested in preservation by offering free student membership and discounted young preservation membership and event admission, as well as annual scholarship opportunities.

We invite you to look around our website to learn more about our organization. 

Typical APTNE Events

We are a very active chapter that enjoys bringing together people that are passionate about history, architecture, and technology.  

Over the course of a year, APTNE hosts numerous tours, networking events, and member appreciate programs throughout the year in various areas of New England including:

  • Walking Tours
  • Building Tours
  • Workshops
  • Lectures
  • Networking Events
  • Annual Symposium
  • Holiday Party
  • Co-sponsor events with local and statewide preservation organizations
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The Benefits of Membership

Your membership is what makes all of our programming possible and your support enables our chapter to support the mission of APT by using events to facilitate technical knowledge sharing that promotes the longevity of the built environment. 

Sponsors receive the additional benefit of having their company logo displayed in a variety of locations including emails, the website, name tags, etc.   

We are developing some Members-Only benefits that include exclusive access to recordings of individual presentations from past Symposium, attendee lists, and member directory. 

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