Neil Williard Horstman Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Community Planning, University Cincinnati, 1969. Master in Public and Environmental Administration, Indiana University, 1975.
Associate planner, BHJ Metro Planning Commission, Weirton, West Virginia, 1969-1970;
chief environmental planner, City of Indianapolis, 1970-1973;
executive director, Indiana Heartland Committee, Indianapolis, 1973-1976;
executive director, Preservation Alliance Inc., Louisville, 1976-1978;
executive director, History Kansas Missouri Foundation, 1978-1982;
executive director, History Savannah (Georgia) Foundation, 1982-1987;
resident director, Mount Vernon (Virginia) Ladies' Association of the Union (owner and trustee Mount Vernon, home of George Washington), since 1987;
also executive vice president, Mount Vernon Inn, Inc. (subsidiary corporation of Mount Vernon). Member of faculty Preservation Institute, Nantucket, Rhode Island.
Independent consultant Savannah, Georgia, since 1982. Also consultant through Field Services Program National Trust for History Preservation. Corneilus O'Brien lecturer in history preservation, Indiana U.
Member American Institute of Planners (vice president Indiana chapter 1973-1975). Lodges: Rotary.
Married Anne Halligan, December 7, 1985. 1 stepchild, Anastasia.
1969 - 1970
1970 - 1973
1973 - 1976
1976 - 1978
1978 - 1982
1982 - 1987