Daniel T. Weldon



Daniel T. Weldon, MHP is a resident of Washington, D.C, Daniel Weldon is a landscape historian with a keen interest in the use of spaces as a political statement and as an exhibition of "soft power"; By day, he works for the National Park Service (NPS) at National Capital Parks-East as the Cultural Resources Program Manager. By night, he avidly researches the work, influence, and impacts of Lady Bird Johnson on the urban environment. Prior to his current role in the NPS, he served as the Cultural Landscape Inventory Coordinator of National Capital Area helping to guide the documentation of several local modernist parks and avenues throughout the district as well as the completion of reports regarding the evolution of the urban form of the district. Weldon has a Masters in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia Athens (‘14) and a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Design from Auburn University (‘12).