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consultant , preservationist

Janine Elizabeth Joslin, American preservationist, consultant. Grantee, Intellectual Property Multimedia Subsystem, 1994, Georgia Heritage 2000, 1995, Kansas Why 150, 1999. Member Leawood History Commission, since 1998; board directors Kansas Preservation Alliance, Topeka, since 2001, president, 2003—2005, executive director, 2005; co-founder, president board Sharing a Vision for Generations, since 2005.

Background

Joslin, Janine Elizabeth was born on March 16, 1948 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Daughter of James Bryce and Isabel Quezon (Carr) Traner.

Education

Bachelor in History, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1971. Master of Arts in Heritage Preserevation, Georgia State University, 1992.

Career

Private practice consultant, Rome, 1989—1992. Director Chieftains Museum, 1992—1994. President Gaia Walkers Inc., Leawood, Kansas, 1996—1999.

Private practice consultant, since 1999. Board member Women Vision International, Overland Park, Kansas, since 1996. President board Donnelly International, Kansas City, Kansas, 1997—1998.

Team leader Science City Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, 1998—1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to magazines.

Membership

Member Leawood History Commission, since 1998. Board directors Kansas Preservation Alliance, Topeka, since 2001, president, 2003—2005, executive director, 2005. Co-founder, president board Sharing a Vision for Generations, since 2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Kayaking, hiking, rowing.

Connections

Married Jack Leslie Joslin, December 4, 1971. Children: Jaclyn, Aaron, Amanda.

father:
James Bryce Traner

mother:
Isabel Quezon (Carr) Traner

spouse:
Jack Leslie Joslin

child:
Jaclyn Joslin

child:
Aaron Joslin

child:
Amanda Joslin