H&H Associates is a history and historic preservation consulting firm conceived in 2007. Owner Candace Hudziak and staff are pleased to bring their passion for historic cultural resources to a diverse client base.
We abide by the American Historical Association's Statement on Standards of Professional Conduct, the National Council on Public History's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduc, and the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines.
H&H Associates meets the U.S. Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards for history and architectural history.
Candace graduated from Loyola University Chicago in 1997 with a B.A. in History, and earned an M.A. in Public History from Indiana University’s Indianapolis campus (IUPUI) in 2005. She is skilled at conducting primary research using historical documents, including written, oral, and image resources, and processing those findings into a coherent and interesting narrative, whether intended for an academic or more general audience. She brings a broad knowledge of history, especially American social history and Indiana history. Candace’s work experience also includes training in the methods and applications of historic preservation. She has handled fund-raising events, press releases and media tasks, grant writing and grant account reporting, historic house research, researching and writing brochures and booklets.
Additionally, the H&H Associates' team is composed of professionals academically trained in the fields of history, historic preservation, and/or archaeology. Together they represent years of experience conducting historical and archaeological research, preservation planning, grant writing, building restoration and historic design assistance.
Our team holds memberships in various history-related organizations including:
- National Trust for Historic Preservation
- National Council on Public History
- American Association for State and Local History
- Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana
- Indiana Historical Society
- Hancock County Historical Society
- Greenfield Historic Landmarks
- Indiana Chapter of the Green Building Council