Piedmont Region Supervisor
Jennifer Farley is the Piedmont Region Supervisor for North Carolina State Historic Sites. She received a BA in History from UNC-Chapel Hill and an MA in Public History from NC State. Jennifer has been working for North Carolina State Historic Sites for 24 years, and during that time has worked up through the ranks serving as Historical Interpreter at Duke Homestead, Site Manager of Historic Stagville, Site Manager of Duke Homestead, West Region Supervisor, and now Piedmont Region Supervisor. The region she manages covers the central part of the state and includes seven state historic sites: Alamance Battleground, Bennett Place, Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum, Duke Homestead, Historic Stagville, House in the Horseshoe, and Town Creek Indian Mound. The time periods covered by sites in the western half of the state range from pre-historic (Town Creek Indian Mound) to a 20th century African American prep school (Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum) and everything in between.