As an evaluator at CCNY, Jennifer leverages design thinking and research methods to help organizations maximize positive outcomes and further community impact. She combines her multidisciplinary skills in research, design and communications to bring a holistic approach to projects, uncovering important insights and telling meaningful stories from data and analytics.
Formally trained in design and environment-behavior research in architecture, Jennifer holds a Master of Science in Architecture with a concentration in Inclusive Design. She is also an EDAC certified professional and has presented at several international conferences, including the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) and Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC). Prior to joining CCNY, Jennifer led healthcare communications for one of the world’s top healthcare architecture and design firms, in addition to serving as co-leader of the firm’s Women’s Forum and as a member of its Diversity + Inclusion Council.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Buffalo Architecture Foundation and is a volunteer member of the Western New York Chapter – Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Committee.