Canal Society of New Jersey:
 Working with the Canal Society and Coen Consulting Group, History in the Making guided the organization through a 
long-range strategic planning process and produced a plan that establishes goals and tasks over five years. The plan will guide the organization as it focuses its efforts, builds partnerships and continues to offer educational programs that preserve and interpret New Jersey's towpath canals.

1759 Vought House: In partnership with Eclectic Architecture LLC, History in the Making facilitated and produced a Vision Plan for the 1759 Vought House, a Loyalist farmstead in Hunterdon County, NJ. The non-profit 1759 Vought House, Inc., which took ownership of the property in March 2012, is now seeking to establish a sustainable use for the house and property that will meet a community need. Besides engaging the organization’s board, the Vision Plan incorporated the input of stakeholders from the local community, state and region.

Ellis Island's South Side:
 During her tenure with Save Ellis Island, Dorothy developed and implemented a comprehensive education program for elementary and high school students, teachers and post-secondary students, developed strategic plan for establishing the Ellis Island Institute within the thirty un-restored hospital buildings on Ellis Island, planned and implemented an exhibit on the hospital's history, managed preservation plans for the planned public spaces in the hospital and garnered seven National Endowment for the Humanities grants and numerous foundation and state grants to support the project.

Naval Air Station Wildwood: Dorothy facilitated and produced a long-range plan to lead the NASW into it’s next phase of programming and development. Since completing the plan, the Station, a WWII naval air training facility, has expanded education programming, built a collection of vintage airplanes and grew its programs and services to the community.

Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor: Dorothy served as lead consultant to produced an integrated interpretive plan for the 150-mile National Heritage Corridor extending from Jim Thorpe to Bristol, Pennsylvania, incorporating sites related to transportation, industry, landscape, environment, recreation and tourism through linked visitor experiences. She coordinated a team of design, environmental and marketing professionals over the course of 
the project.

Zippo/Case Visitor Center, Bradford, Pennsylvania:
Dorothy provided research, content development and exhibit design coordination for the newly constructed corporate visitor center about the history of the Zippo lighter and Case knives.