As the Assistant to the Director of the Preservation Program, Christine handles various administrative duties for the program. She manages several projects to survey historic resources, working with preservation students to develop their field skills. She also serves on the 1812 Task Force, a local group committed to interpreting historic resources and events involved in the conflict in the Bladensburg area.
Christine Henry holds a bachelor's degree from the College of William & Mary, with a concentration in art history and a minor in geology. She earned a master's of architecture from Catholic University, and worked for over a decade as a Senior Program Officer at the Institute of Museum and Library Services overseeing grants for museum programs, interpretation, and conservation efforts. While working at IMLS she earned a master's of historic preservation at the University of Maryland. She currently works as the assistant to the Director of the Historic Preservation Program, managing several contracts to assist master's students with developing their field skills. Her research interests are focused on change and displacement in historic urban neighborhoods.
PhD - University of Maryland 2010 -
MHP - University of Maryland 2006 - 2010
M Arch - Catholic University of America 1992 - 1997
BA Art History - College of William & Mary 1988 - 1992