Building a Place for History
Marion Werkheiser is the co-founder and chief executive of Cultural Heritage Partners, a government affairs, strategy, and law firm focused on the intersections between development and preservation. She advocates for increased support for the national historic preservation program at the federal level, helps clients navigate the Section 106 process at the project level, and advises project proponents, tribes, and consulting parties to achieve creative, win-win outcomes that balance preservation values and development. Marion earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and is licensed to practice in Virginia, California, and the District of Columbia.