Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Co-Director
David Preziosi, Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Co-Director, has over 25 years of experience in the preservation and planning fields and in 2022 took over as the Executive Director of the Texas Historical Foundation, a nonprofit which works to preserve Texas history by providing grants for projects to nonprofits across the state. Before that, he served as the Executive Director of Preservation Dallas for ten years. While there, he expanded programming and events, increased advocacy efforts, co-developed an Architectural Styles exhibit and booklet, and worked on a mobile app for downtown Dallas. David also worked in Mississippi for 16 years where he was in preservation planning for the historic city of Natchez and was the Executive Director of a statewide nonprofit for historic preservation, which involved education, advocacy, cultural resource survey work, and work to save historic buildings damaged by Hurricane Katrina. David attended Texas A&M University where he received a Bachelor of Environmental Design, a Master of Urban Planning, and a Historic Preservation Certificate. He received his American Institute of Certified Planners designation in 2000 and was accepted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified planners in 2018.