ELM’s marketing manager will lend her expertise to support the preservation and renewal of Jacksonville’s historic San Marco neighborhood.
The San Marco Preservation Society was founded in 1975, with the mission of preserving and renewing San Marco as an area of historical and architectural significance for the benefit of local residents and businesses, and the education and enjoyment of visitors and the public at large.
Weinberg, a resident of the historic Jacksonville neighborhood, will be leading the maintenance of the SMPS website, as well as lending her expertise in graphic design and public relations to support the society’s mission, events and community initiatives.
“I am very excited about my involvement with the San Marco Preservation Society as a new board member,” said Weinberg. “San Marco has made me feel welcome since day one, and I’m looking forward to getting to know my neighborhood and neighbors as a more engaged member of the community.”
Weinberg, a native of Stuart, Fla. and recent transplant to Jacksonville, has several years of experience in marketing and public relations for clients in various industries across the southeast U.S., as well as a master’s degree in interior design. She is an active member of the north Florida chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the Junior League of Jacksonville.