Jennifer Wellock is an architectural historian and technical reviewer with the National Park Service’s State, Tribal and Local Plans and Grants branch.
Jennifer has had the opportunity to respond for the Department of the Interior under the National Response Framework, which is intended as a unified response to disasters and emergencies.
In 2011, she was deployed to Birmingham, Alabama, under Emergency Response Function (ESF) #11, which involves the Agricultural and Natural Resources Annex, to assist in recovery efforts from the April tornados.
In Washington, she is responsible for reviewing NPS funded historic preservation projects for conformance to National Park Service guidelines.
Prior to moving to Washington, she was employed at the Virginia Department of Historic Resources as an architectural historian and at the West Virginia’s State Historic Preservation Office as both the tax credit coordinator and senior structural historian for review and compliance.
A native of Long Island, New York, Jennifer is a graduate of Columbia University’s Masters Degree in Historic Preservation and is a member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum and the Association for Preservation Technology DC Chapter.