Barbara Anderson received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University and her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas. She has more than 20 years of experience in historic preservation and is a National Council for Interior Design Qualification certificate holder. Anderson's preservation projects have included consultation on the rehabilitation of Cedar Crest, the Kansas governor's residence; preservation of the Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum; preservation of the Chase County (Kan.) Courthouse; guidance on design for the Kansas Main Street program; and assistance to various historical building museums in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
Master of Architecture, University of Kansas, 1993
Bachelor of Architecture, Kansas State University, 1983