Annie Levinsky, Executive Director
Start Date: 2009
Annie Robb Levinsky is the Executive Director of Historic Denver. She stepped into the position in 2009 after previously serving as director of Historic Denver's flagship property, the Molly Brown House Museum, where she worked from 2003 until 2009. Levinsky earned her B.A. in history at Colorado College in 2002 after completing an honors thesis on women and urban development in Denver. Levinsky oversees the organization's communication's strategies, project selection, community relations, advocacy, fundraising and financial management.
John Olson, Deputy Director
Start Date: 2001
John P. Olson, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Gustavus Adolphus College and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado Denver. He has been with Historic Denver since January 2009 and his role at Historic Denver is to assist historic sites in their preservation efforts, allowing each to focus on their function as community anchors. He also manages the organization's easement program, facilitates neighborhood advocacy efforts and represents the organization at community meetings and presentations. His previous experience includes coordinating a historic agricultural structures program for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and working as a Preservation Intern Architect for Humphries Poli Architects, P.C. in Denver.
Andrea Malcomb, Molly Brown House Museum Director
Start Date: 2015
Andrea Malcomb is the Director of the Molly Brown House Museum. She stepped into the position in 2009 after previously holding the Museum Manager poistion, which she held from 1999 until 2009. Malcomb earned her B.A. in Art Theory & Criticism from Metropolitan State College in 2006 after completing coursework on Women's Studies, Art History, Fine Art and Accounting. Malcomb oversees the Museum'sday-to-day operations, program planning, community relations, fundraising and financial management.
Community Outreach / Community Relations