Lorrie Muldowney is a historic preservation consultant practicing out of Sarasota. She has served as a consultant to communities around the state conducting cultural resources assessment surveys, preparing nominations to the National Register of Historic Places and evaluating projects for compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for historical rehabilitation. Muldowney is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and an associate member of the American Institute of Architects. She has written articles on Sarasota’s modernist movement for various publications, including Modernism Magazine and Reflections. She also wrote the introduction to Andrew Weaving’s 2006 book, Sarasota Modern. Muldowney serves on the board of directors for the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, the advisory board for the Sarasota Architectural Foundation, and is an ex-officio director of the Sarasota Alliance for Historic Preservation.
Muldowney received her Master of Science degree in architectural studies (historic preservation) in 1999 from the University of Florida, and a master’s degree in urban and regional planning in 1992. She taught historic preservation in the graduate program at the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning and undergraduate classes in historic preservation at Eckerd College.