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Courtesy of Amy Bracewell

Amy Bracewell is the National Park Service superintendent for the homes of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Martin Van Buren, and the Vanderbilt Mansion in Upstate New York. She began her career with the NPS in 2007 at Mount Rushmore National Memorial and has also served at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park and Saratoga National Historical Park. She holds master’s degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Georgia in art history and historic preservation, respectively. She is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, and attended Emory University for her undergraduate studies.