Glen K. Umberger received an M.F.A. in architectural history from the Savannah College of Art and Design and a B.A. from the University of Delaware. He is the Manager of Special Projects at the New York Landmarks Conservancy where he serves as the staff architectural historian. “Working at the Conservancy gives me the incredible opportunity to do what I love, in the city I love. Every day I can use my training, skills, and passion for New York’s amazing architecture to make a valuable contribution to the Conservancy’s work and mission.”
Favorite Landmark: Building “C” (Administration Building), Sailors’ Snug Harbor, Staten Island (Minard Lafever, 1831). Individual Landmark, 1965; Interior Landmark, 1982.