STAFF AND LEADERSHIP
Executive Director, Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society / William Root House Museum & Garden
Trevor began volunteering for Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society (CLHS) at the age of twelve. He attended Kennesaw State University (KSU) where he received a degree in American History and completed their Public History Certificate Program. While attending KSU, Trevor obtained a position at the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History where he gained experience working in visitor relations, museum education, and exhibition development. After graduation, Trevor began working for the Atlanta History Center (AHC). Working in the Marketing & Communications department, Trevor was responsible for the museum website, social media presence, exhibition design, and all print and promotional materials. Trevor worked for the AHC for seven years before returning to CLHS as Executive Director in 2014.
Jr Docent Coordinator, William Root House Museum & Garden
Candise received her formal education at the University of Georgia, being awarded a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy. She followed this achievement by receiving an M.A. in Folk Studies/Historic Preservation from Western Kentucky University. Candise conducts tours at the Root House Museum and Garden and assists with the management of the Jr. Docent Program.