Contact Us

Streetscape in Virginia City (MT) showing Overland Mail office.
Virginia City, Montana, a National Historic Landmark District, received a 2001 Save America's Treasures grant for $300,000. This grant supported preservation of the whole district through improvements to buildings' fire suppression systems.

Staff

Megan Brown, Chief
State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division and
Certified Local Government Program National Coordinator

Lyndsey Alston, Grants Management Specialist
James Alvey, Grants Management Specialist
David Banks, Preservation Planner (Detailed to STLPG)
Olivier Brunet, Grant Management Specialist
Katherine Carey, Grants Outreach & Education Coordinator
Marla Collum, Grants Management Specialist
Tamara Francis, Grants Management Specialist
Dara Green, Program Assistant
Cory Kegerise, AICP, Supervisory Grants Management Specialist
Jessica Ottley, Grants Management Specialist
Madeline Konz, Supervisory Grants Management Specialist
Taylor Pearlstein, Grants Management Specialist
John Renaud, Historian
Jean Stoll, Historic Preservation Specialist
Seth Tinkham, Grants Management Specialist

The Tribal Historic Preservation Program has program-specific contacts.

Interns & Fellows

We offer multiple, paid internship or fellowship opportunities throughout the year in a variety of areas related to historic preservation and cultural resource management. Frequent partners for internship or fellowship positions are the American Conservation Experience Emerging Professional Internship Corps (ACE EPIC) and the National Council for Preservation Education.

Emily Cahoon, GIS - ACE Fellow
Marissa Jayawickrema, Certified Local Government - ACE Fellow

State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division Bulletin

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Email & Telephone

Please contact us on our general delivery email or phone line and leave a message. We attempt to respond to all messages within 48 business hours.

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Voice: 202-354-2020

Mail

Note that mail sent through the US Postal Service to Federal facilities is rerouted and irradiated. To ensure speedy delivery, please use a private mail carrier service such as DHL, UPS, or FedEx. US Postal Service deliveries are delayed and damaged by the radiation process. Submitting documents electrically is strongly preferred.

State, Tribal, and Local Plans and Grants Division

National Park Service
1849 C Street, NW Mail Stop 7360
Washington, DC 20240

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Last updated: September 21, 2022