Amos Loveday is founder and president of Atchley, Hardin, Lane LLC, a consulting firm that advises businesses and government agencies on historic preservation and related cultural issues. Clients have included major telecommunication corporations, tower and windmill builders, pipeline companies, law firms, and government agencies.
Before organizing AHL he was employed by Sonneschein Nath and Rosenthal, LLP , served as the Cultural Resources Specialist for the Federal Communications Commission, Ohio’s State Historic Preservation Officer, the Ohio Historical Society’s Chief Curator and legislative liaison, and associate (adjunct) professor on the Ohio State University History Faculty. He has also served on the National Conference of State Historical Preservation Officers Board of Directors, The National Trust for Historic Preservation Board of Advisors, the Editorial Board of the Public Historian, and as a Senior Fellow at the John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy.
He is the recipient of the Ohio Academy of History’s Distinguished Service Award, the A. Chapman Parson’s Award for outstanding legislative service, and commendations for public service from two Ohio Governors.
Dr. Loveday holds a Ph.D. in history with major fields of study in the history of science and technology and business history.