Christina Carter is a Registered Architect with wide-ranging experience in historic preservation, new traditional residential design, research and on-site investigation, measured drawings, construction documentation and construction review. Christina, a native of Oregon, received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from University of Oregon, with a minor in French. While attending University of Oregon, she studied Architectural History in Poitiers, France and spent a summer semester in Copenhagen, Denmark. Christina joined John Milner’s firm in 1986 after serving with the Preservation Assistance Division of the National Park Service in Washington, DC, where she received the NPS Special Achievement Award for Outstanding Service. Many of Chris’ traditional design and preservation projects with the firm have been recognized for their excellence at local, regional and national levels. She has served on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design and taught classes at Philadelphia University. In addition, she has contributed to publications such as Glossary of Masonry Deterioration Problems; Historic Interior Spaces, No. 1: Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Building; and several volumes of Preservation Tech Notes for the National Park Service. Christina is a member of Morven Park (Virginia) Historic Preservation Forum, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), American Institute of Architects New Jersey Chapter, and is a professional mentor for Architecture & Engineering students at Delsea Regional High School. Christina enjoys traveling, sailing, photography and volunteering her time with various organizations in New Jersey where she lives.