Victoria Jacobson

Victoria Jacobson, now retired, spent the last 23 years as a preservation architect with the National Park Service after working 9 years for private architectural firms in NM, CO, MA, and VT. A native of Albuquerque (all but 6 months), Ms. Jacobson earned a master's degree in Architecture from the University of New Mexico, is licensed to practice architecture in New Mexico and Colorado, and has served in leadership positions with the national AIA Historic Resources Committee, the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance, and the National New Deal Preservation Association-NM Chapter. As a grad student, Victoria spent a semester assisting Professor Baker Morrow in initiating what has become, over the past several decades, a statewide historic landscape inventory and the basis of a new collaboration to boost its accessibility and share this incredible collection with all New Mexicans.