J. Michael Abbott, AIA
Mr. Abbott is an architect with over thirty years professional experience with historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse projects.
Mohamad Farzan, RIBA, AIA
Mr. Farzan is an architect and a principal at NewPort Architecture in Newport, R.I. The firm specializes in historic preservation, commercial, educational and residential projects.
Karst R. Hoogeboom
Mr. Hoogeboom is a practicing landscape architect and a historian. He chairs the National Register Review Board.
Patrick M. Malone, Ph.D.
Dr. Malone teaches American and Urban Studies at Brown University, and is an expert on the history of industry and former director of the Slater Mill Historic Site.
E. Pierre Morenon, Ph.D.
Dr. Morenon teaches Anthropology at Rhode Island College. His research has spanned from pre-European archaeology to study of recent immigrants.
Ronald J. Onorato, Ph.D.
Dr. Onorato teaches Art History at the University of Rhode Island. He is an expert on American Architectural History, and was author of the Commission's survey of outdoor public sculpture.
Pieter N. Roos
Mr. Roos is executive director of the Newport Restoration Foundation where he manages 71 historic properties, oversees fine arts and decorative arts collections at Rough Point museum and Whitehorne House museum, and carries out public education programs.
Mr. Schoettle is the executive director of the Providence Revolving Fund that offers financial and technical assistance to historic rehabilitation projects.
Janet Coit (ex officio)
Director, Department of Environmental Management
Kevin Flynn (ex officio)
Chief of Statewide Planning
John P. Leyden (ex officio)
State Building Code Commissioner
Marcel Valois (ex officio)
Director, RI Economic Development Corporation
In addition to Commissioners Hoogeboom, Malone, Morenon, and Onorato, Michael Hebert serves as a member of the National Register Professional Review Board:
Mr. Hebert is an archaeologist and Supervising Historic Preservation specialist at the R.I. Department of Transportation.