Jennifer A. Wellock

Jennifer A. Wellock is an architectural historian and technical reviewer with the National Park Service’s State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants branch.  Jennifer is a co-author of the recently released, Guidelines on Flood Adaptation for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings written in response to requests in the preservation field for recommended approaches and strategies for reducing flood risk to historic properties.  Jennifer was the Superstorm Sandy Project Lead and oversaw the allocation and management of $50 million in Federal funding that was granted to states and tribes by the National Park Service.  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 and at the West Virginia’s State Historic Preservation Office.  Jennifer represents the National Park Service at conferences nationwide.  She has previously presented on this and related topics 

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