Rhonda Sincavage is Director of Content and Partnerships at the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington DC. In this capacity, she oversees development
of trainings, conferences, resources and publications for preservation
professionals. Prior to her current role, she was involved in public policy and preservation advocacy, both as Associate Director of Government Relations and Policy at the National Trust and as Vice President of Preservation Action, the national grassroots lobbying organization for historic preservation.
Ms. Sincavage is on the Board of Directors of the Association for the
Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery, as well as a member of the education committee of the DC Preservation League. She previously taught the “Issues in Preservation” course for the Historic Preservation Certificate Program at
Goucher College and served as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees of
US/ICOMOS. In 2015, Ms. Sincavage was a keynote speaker
at the New Zealand Planning Institute conference in Auckland, and in 2011, she
was a featured speaker at a TEDx event in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2017, she was selected to represent the United States at an ICCROM workshop on People-Centered Preservation in Rome, Italy and in 2005 participated in the Courants Cultural Exchange Program sponsored by the French-American Foundation and the French Ministry of Culture.
Ms. Sincavage holds a Bachelor of Science in Design and Environmental Analysis
from Cornell University, a Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning and
Certificate in Historic Preservation from University of Virginia and is currently
a PhD candidate in Urban and Regional Planning and Design at the University of