Andrea Tingey is a Historic Preservation Specialist 3 with the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office. Her current responsibilities include coordinating the New Jersey and National Registers Program. She previously coordinated the Survey, Outreach, and Certified Local Government Programs. Additionally, she spent 11 years working in the Transportation and Planning Section where she developed an expertise in the regulatory review of bridge projects. This included the identification and evaluation of a broad range of historic property types. Ms. Tingey also coordinated the establishment and publishing of New Jersey’s first statewide guidelines for architectural survey activities and taught the Introduction to Historic Preservation course at Drew University for the six years. Ms. Tingey has also taught American Architectural History as part of the Preservation Certificate program at Rutgers University-Camden for 4 years. Over the years she has developed a particular interest in recent past properties. In 2018, Ms. Tingey was honored to receive an award of recognition from the New Jersey Historical Commission. Ms. Tingey received a BA in history from Dickinson College and did her graduate work in historic preservation planning at Cornell University.