Eve Errickson is an attorney with long experience working for museums, non-profits, architects, and engineers for a variety of building, project, and funding types.
Eve previously worked at the Smithsonian Institution in the capacity of lead transactional attorney and contracting officer for Smithsonian Facilities. Her recent projects include the Revitalization of the National Air and Space Museum, the Renovation of the Renwick Gallery, and the Renovation of Halls 2-6 of the National Museum of Natural History. Currently she is General Counsel at Pond & Company, Inc., a full service architecture and engineering firm engaged in the performance of projects for an array of federal, state, and local governments as well as private clients.
Eve completed her Master of Arts in American Studies at the George Washington University, her Juris Doctorate at the University of Cincinnati, and undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee. She is active in publishing on issues of law governing cultural heritage, cultural landscape, and alternative delivery methods for construction projects. She is an expert member of UNESCO’s scientific subcommittee on Law, Administration and Finance.
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