Maria Huot, Chairperson
Maria has been a village resident with her husband Glen and son Marco since 1999. Maria is a graduate of the Pontificia Bolivariana University School of Architecture class of 1990. She has practiced as an Architect and taught university Architecture courses with a focus on History of Art and History of Architecture in Colombia, South America. Today, she is a certified Technology teacher, within the Brighton Central School District, who teaches Architectural Design and Drafting. I am honored to be part of the APRB. I believe that preserving architecture rich neighborhoods develops a sense of place and belonging to those who live and visit these communities.
Bill McBride, his wife, Sean, and their four children moved into a historic house in the Village of Pittsford in 1994 from a different residential environment in the Town of Pittsford. We were interested in the unique quality of life that the village could offer a family. We were not disappointed. The proximity and quality of the shops, schools and services, the nearby diversity of families and the physical character of the Village gave us what we were looking for in the living environment. I am interested in helping to maintain and enhance this unique environment.
Erin Daniele moved back to the Village with her husband, Anthony, and their three children in 2007. She grew up in a historic home on Church Street, and has been working to get back "home" ever since she had children of her own. "I had the greatest childhood here in the Village. I'm happy to help preserve its history and character, so that my children will also carry a sense of community and home with them wherever they may go as adults."
Cristina graduated from the University of Notre Dame's School of Architecture in 1996. She worked for several years in Boston as an architect, primarily on traditionally styled buildings. In 2002 she and her husband, Bryan, moved to the Village of Pittsford where they live with their three children.