Jane Griswold Radocchia is an architect. She became an architectural historian by going on every job site, learning how vernacular houses were built, and how to properly restore them. Over the span of ten years, she wrote over 200 columns in her local newspaper on vernacular architecture and technology. Her current concentration is Practical Geometry.
Jane has presented workshops at PTN for five years. From the beginning she has been supported by everyone at PTN. In her third year, she was asked to mentor. Her mentee will give his own workshop at the next IPTW. She volunteered to serve on the board to help the workshops continue to educatinge others and keeping preservation skills alive.