With 35 years’ experience as a preservation architect, Pamela Jerome is president of Architectural Preservation Studio. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of the Historic Preservation program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where she has taught since 1995. Since 2004, she teaches professional seminars at NYU School of Professional Studies.
Ms. Jerome sits on the international Board of ICOMOS (International Committee on Monuments and Sites), one of three statutory-advisory bodies to the World Heritage Convention. She is past vice president of ISCEAH (International Scientific Committee on Earthen Architectural Heritage), expert member of ISC20C (International Scientific Committee on 20th Century Heritage) and CIAV (International Committee on Vernacular Architecture). She was an elected officer of the ICOMOS Scientific Council from 2006-2014. Ms. Jerome participated on the ICOMOS World Heritage Panel for four years, the third American to do so. She is the US/ICOMOS liaison to the APT (Association for Preservation Technology) Board. She is a Peer Professional for preservation for GSA’s Design Excellence program. Her expertise is in masonry conservation and waterproofing, with a particular emphasis on Modernism, earthen architecture, archaeological-site preservation and cultural-site management. She is widely published and recognized as an international expert in cultural heritage. She has consulted on cultural-property conservation in the US, Mediterranean, Black Sea, Middle East, and Far East.