Amanda Loughlin

Architectural Historian, Rosin Preservation

1712 Holmes Street | Kansas City, MO 64108

Ms. Loughlin has a decade of experience in historic preservation. During her eight-year tenure at the Kansas Historical Society, Ms. Loughlin served as the Survey Coordinator and the National Register Coordinator for the state historic preservation office. In addition to assisting communities in identifying historic resources through grant-funded survey efforts, Ms. Loughlin coordinated all National Register and Kansas State Register eligibility assessments, nomination forms, and multiple property forms. She worked with stakeholders to ensure forms met National Parks Service standards and presented nominations to the state board for review before forwarding to the Keeper of the National Register. In addition to her work at state-level regulatory review, Ms. Loughlin’s experience includes preparing HABS documentation and serving as resident steward of a public house museum. Ms. Loughlin earned a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from Kansas State University and a Master of Historic Preservation from University of Kentucky.