Jennifer holds a Master of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois. After completing her studies, Jennifer lived and worked in New York City for 12 years. Her first job was with Richard Meier, the modern architect responsible for many iconic buildings including the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Jubilee Church of the Year 2000 built for the Vatican in Rome. After several years with Meier, she joined Peter Guggenheimer, Henry Myerberg and Margaret Helfand, winner of the Rome Prize. Her design projects at HMG included the Swarthmore College Science Center, a new commercial campus for Automated Trading Desk, and the American Museum of Folk Art in midtown Manhattan, in partnership with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. Jennifer began her own practice in New York in 2002 and moved to San Francisco in 2006 where her firm has designed many residential and commercial projects in the Bay Area. Jennifer is passionate about equal opportunities in Education and has served as a Trustee at Gateway Public Schools and is a current Trustee at Schools of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco.