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Success Story: Lois Cole: From Criminal Law to Curator

Loiscole_1Lois Cole practiced criminal law before becoming executive director of an 1894 historic estate in Salem, Oregon called Deepwood. In a recent interview, Cole says her interest in architecture and design, and belief in the importance of preserving historic homes, led to her career change, and that she can always go back to law.

Read the full interview here.

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