BATTLE OF FRANKLIN TRUST HIRES NEW EVENT AND GROUP TOUR COORDINATOR

BATTLE OF FRANKLIN TRUST HIRES NEW EVENT AND GROUP TOUR COORDINATOR

Hannah Jacobs will support the Trust’s mission of preservation and community involvement

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Battle of Franklin Trust has hired Hannah Jacobs as the new event and group tour coordinator. Jacobs will handle corporate and private events at Carnton, as well as other special projects and group tour initiatives. 

“We are pleased to have Hannah join our team in this role,” said Eric A. Jacobson, CEO of the Battle of Franklin Trust. “Her experience and passion for event planning will reflect in her work for the Trust and the many upcoming projects she will be a part of.” 

Previously, Jacobs worked as a special events planner in her hometown of Fayetteville, Tenn. and surrounding areas. 

Jacobs obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where she studied animal science with a concentration in science and technology. During her studies, Jacobs took on numerous leadership roles with the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women, where she began assisting in event planning and sparked an interest in the role. 

Jacobs continues to assist Pi Beta Phi with event planning efforts. She currently resides in Murfreesboro, Tenn. and has lived there for five years. 

For more information about events at Carnton and Carter House, visit https://boft.org/events or contact Hannah Jacobs at hannah@boft.org. For more information about the Battle of Franklin Trust, visit www.boft.org. 

About The Battle of Franklin Trust
The Battle of Franklin Trust is a 501(c)3 management corporation acting on behalf of Franklin’s battlefield sites to contribute to a greater understanding and enrich the visitor experience of the November 30, 1864 battle. It is organized for the charitable and educational purposes of preserving, restoring, maintaining and interpreting the properties, artifacts and documents related to the battle so as to preserve an important part of the nation’s history.

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