Robbie D. Jones holds a Bachelor of Architecture from UT-Knoxville and Master’s in Historic Preservation from MTSU. A professional historian who manages the Tennessee branch office of Atlanta-based New South Associates, a cultural resources consulting firm, Jones is the author or co-author of several books and articles about historic architecture as well as the former director of preservation at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage. Jones currently serves as vice president of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, house historian for the “Nashville Flipped” TV series, and author of the “Secret Nashville” column for Executive Nashville magazine. Jones has been involved with Historic Nashville for eight years, serving as president, secretary, and member of several committees. A longtime resident of Nashville, Jones is currently restoring a 1954 Ranch house in Madison.