Central Texas Regional Director
Priya Jain, Central Texas Regional Director, is a registered architect with 12 years of professional experience working on design and adaptive reuse projects for academic and institutional clients in the United States and India. Currently, an Associate Professor in the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University, she is engaged in teaching and research that draws from various aspects of historic preservation practice and theory. Previously as a Senior Associate/Historic Preservation Expert at EYP Architecture and Engineering and an Associate at Goody Clancy Architects in Boston, she managed multiple renovations of nationally significant buildings and co-authored a number of Historic Structures Reports and Conservation Master Plans, including those for the Richardson Olmsted Complex in Buffalo and the Jewett Arts Center at Wellesley College. Other notable projects where she has played a leading role include restoration of Trinity Church in Boston and the adaptive reuse of St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington DC for the federal government. Priya has presented at various local, regional and international conferences including the Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI), ABX and the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association.