Jeremiah DeGennaro

West Region Supervisor

Portrait of Jeremiah DeGennaro

Jeremiah DeGennaro is the West Region Supervisor for North Carolina State Historic Sites. He grew up in Southern California and earned a degree in History from California State University - Channel Islands before moving to North Carolina to attend the Museum Studies program at UNC Greensboro. After graduation from UNCG in 2008, he began work with the NC Historic Sites Division, and served as a historic interpreter at Bennett Place and Historic Stagville before moving to Alamance Battleground as Site Manager. The region he manages covers the western third of North Carolina from Winston-Salem to Asheville, including Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, Fort Dobbs, James K. Polk, Reed Gold Mine, Thomas Wolfe Memorial and Vance Birthplace. He lives in Jamestown, NC with his family.