Kevin Kuharic lives in Georgetown, CO. He fundraises, manages projects, monitors compliance with historic preservation standards, and promotes history through tourism. He began his preservation career in 1989 at Oakland Cemetery (Atlanta, GA). His professional accomplishments have been acknowledged by four Atlanta mayors. His contributions to the field of cemetery preservation were honored by the Atlanta Urban Design Commission when they named him recipient of the Jenny D. Thurston Award for an Outstanding Preservation Professional; his sensitive, thorough, and systematic repair of Oakland Cemetery after the March 2008 Atlanta tornado was recognized by the AUDC with an Award of Excellence for an Individual. He has worked at the Morris-Butler House (Indianapolis), Tullie Smith House (Atlanta), and Fox Theatre (Atlanta). He currently serves as director of the Hotel de Paris Museum, a National Trust Historic Site in the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District.