Kim Campbell’s interest in public memory dates back to her childhood. She delves into the history of public markers in Georgia and distinguishes the historical facts from the larger story of what is being represented. She asks, “If we know history is not written in stone, why is public memory?”

Kim Campbell is a queer woman, public historian and historic preservationist. Kim currently serves as a Senior Project Manager at Ethos Preservation, a preservation consulting firm in Savannah, Georgia. She earned an M.A. in Public History with a concentration in Historic Preservation from the University of South Carolina and a B.A. in History from Mercer University. In addition to a fascination with the stories writ large in our built environment, Kim is an avid bike commuter and a voracious reader. She lives in Savannah with Doc and Wyatt, two of the cutest dogs you’ll find at the dog park.