Jancy Campbell, a top-producing real estate professional with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Boulder, has been named president of Historic Boulder, an organization that champions the preservation of Boulder’s historical, architectural, visual, and environmental heritage.

Historic Boulder, organized in 1972, was created following a battle to save precious pieces of Boulder’s past.  The organization is proud of its role in creating historic districts, advocating for the land-marketing of significant structures, and exploring sites for future preservation.  Historic Boulder was instrumental in the passage of a county landmark regulation passed in1992, which was the first regulation of its kind in Colorado.

Campbell, a Historic Preservation Specialist, is one of very few Realtors nationally who have been trained in historic real estate through the National Trust for Historic Preservation headquartered in Washington, D.C.  The Trust provides leadership, education, advocacy and resources to save America’s diverse historic places and revitalize the nation’s communities.

“I have taken the historic real estate course through the National Trust for Historic Preservation on four occasions in four different parts of the country because it was of such interest to me,” said Campbell.  “I am also a certified Boulder Green Broker and a member of the Boulder Green Builder’s Guild, an outstanding group of experts in the greening of real estate and the preservation of the environment.  The National Trust is also dedicated to the greening of America and believes that the greenest house is the one that has already been built.”

Campbell holds degrees in journalism and advertising, and completed her master’s work in mass communications.  She is involved with a wide array of civic organizations and is conversant with French, Spanish, and American Sign Language.

The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Boulder is located at 2700 Canyon Boulevard, Suite 200, and can be reached at 303.449.5000.  Campbell may be reached directly at 303.931.9663 or via e-mail at jancy@jancycompbell.com.  Additional information is available online at http://www.jancycampbell.com.  For more information on Historic Boulder, visit http://www.historicboulder.org.

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