The Dunwoody Preservation Trust announces the departure of its executive director


MJ Thomas, President

Office 678.298.1600

Mobile 404.512.2400

The Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) Board of Directors has announced the departure of its executive director, Suzanne Huff.

Huff joined DPT in 2018 and was instrumental in helping to guide the organization through the pandemic shutdown and resulting financial shortfalls. Throughout the pandemic, under the direction of the Board of Directors, she helped safely continue operating many regular DPT activities, including the children’s history camp, adult education and other community events.

“Suzanne has decided it’s time to spend more time with her family,” said Board President MJ Thomas. “We greatly appreciate her service to the organization, especially during the past two years of enormous challenge. We will surely miss her.”

The Board has appointed an interim director and will begin the search for a new executive director in the next few weeks.

For more information about the Dunwoody Preservation Trust, please go to

About DPT: Founded in 1995, the Dunwoody Preservation Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the preservation of the history, heritage and quality of life of the Dunwoody community. A volunteer non-profit organization, the DPT owns and manages the circa 1906 Cheek-Spruill House, Dunwoody’s signature building at the corner of Mt. Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody roads, and manages the circa 1870 Donaldson-Bannister Farm, a public park and private event venue owned by the City of Dunwoody. More information is at