Superior Restorations and Outstanding Leadership in Historic Preservation
Congratulations to the Award-Winning Projects and the People Who Made it Possible
Thank You to Our 2023 DeMuro Award Judges
Kelly Cannon-Miller is the Executive Director of the Deschutes County Historical Society, which operates the Deschutes Historical Museum in downtown Bend. A graduate of Portland State University with an MA in History, she is a public historian and the daughter of an archaeologist, and a land use planner. She spent parts of her adolescence in the deserts of southeastern Oregon cataloging rock art, in the back rooms of regional universities and museums, and learning what zoning setbacks are and why they matter, followed by over 25 years of experience working in museums and the field of public history.
Harley Cowan is a photographer and architect based in Portland, Oregon and was a member of the Professional Advisory Board for WSU’s School of Design & Construction for eight years.
Max Humphrey is a Portland, Oregon based interior designer and author. After working in TV and film production and touring the U.S. and England as the bass player in a punk rock band signed to a major record label, he discovered a passion for interior design. His trademark lived-in, layered look has earned accolades, including being named a “Next Wave” designer by House Beautiful and one of Country Living’s 100 most creative people. His latest book is called ‘LODGE: An Indoorsy Tour of America’s National Parks.’
Kimberly Stowers Moreland, MURP, AICP, MBA owns Moreland Resource Consulting (MRC), a small business established in 2020 and certified with the State of Oregon as an ESB/WBE/MBE. Moreland Resource Consulting utilizes the 30+ years of public sector urban, historic preservation, community development, and urban planning experience to help community builders (public agencies, non-profit organization, and small businesses) to fulfill their mission and vision. Moreland currently serves as the President of the Oregon Black Pioneers, and their mission is to preserve the history of Black Oregonians