Edie Archer, a sales agent for Greenwood King Properties, has been appointed to the Houston Archaeological and Historical Commission (HAHC) by Houston Mayor Annise Parker. The appointment was made official by a vote of the Houston City Council on November 7. The HAHC makes recommendations to City Council on historic properties. The 13-member board reviews requests for historic district designations, landmarks, protected landmarks, archaeological sites and Certificates of Appropriateness.Born in Baton Rouge, Edie holds a Bachelor’s Degree from LSUand a Master’s Degree from the University of Houston. Prior to entering the real estate business, she served as manager ofTesting Programs for the Houston Independent School District. She maintains a strong interest in quality education.Edie is deeply involved as a volunteer in support of both the natural and built environment. She has served on the board of the Friends of the Houston Public Library, the Rice Design Alliance, The Park People and the Harris County Heritage Society.Edie lives in Southampton and enjoys listing and selling homes there as well as in Southgate, Boulevard Oaks, the Museum District, West University, Braeswood, Bellaire, the Heights, Tanglewood, and other close-in areas.
Edie’s sincere affection for Houston, its neighborhoods and its people are underlying factors in her successful real estate career.