Her approach to training for marathons and triathlons is a lot like her approach to solving problems for her diverse client lineup. Focused on goals, maxed out on self-discipline and always able to balance a jam-packed schedule, Jennifer’s consistent regime, hard work and determination knows no bounds. After all, her ultimate goal is to complete an IRONMAN someday and there’s limited time for rest along the way.
Her belief is that architecture goes above and beyond the physical aspect of a building — it has the power to connect people and communicate a client’s priorities and persona. She leads by listening and her ability to communicate effectively, efficiently and with ease is what clients appreciate most about her approach. She’s persistent in determining the right mix of business values, budgets and timelines.
From corporate offices and service centers to higher education, military and retail work, Jennifer’s experience covers a variety of project types. Her current endeavors include a renovation for Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest and Fleet Farm’s 2019 prototype development and store design. Her favorite part? Taking the time to understand the people and community she designs for while tying together the needs of the built environment.