The Georgia Trust is lucky to have active partners in the field throughout the state of Georgia, assisting the Trust in identifying and protecting historic sites. Trent Myers is one such distinguished advocate, and his efforts on behalf of the Dodge County Jail, one of the Trust's 2010 Places in Peril.
When he is not working on behalf of historic places and volunteering with the Trust, Trent Myers is a member of Sutherland’s Real Estate Practice Group. Before joining Sutherland as an associate, Trent participated in the firm’s 2008 Summer Associate Program. During law school, he worked as a legal intern for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Association County Commissioners of Georgia.
All of us at The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation salute Trent's efforts and thank him for his tireless service on our behalf.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Trust's Places in Peril, contact Jordan Poole at 404.855.7809 or email@example.com.