In her workplace, commercial, institutional, and hospitality projects, Jennifer seeks to enhance innovation, creativity and the human condition through design. She began her career in corporate marketing, which added branding and communications management skills to her extensive experience as an interior designer and project manager. With many years working in an integrated design studio, Jennifer develops lasting collaborative relationships with colleagues, consultants, contractors, and owners. Her combined understanding of lean project delivery and management complements her building technology and design expertise to facilitate the delivery of exceptional projects. As a director on the board of the Edmonton Construction Association, Jennifer seeks to bridge the gap between design and construction. You will often find her out in the community connecting with innovators and business leaders looking for new ways to collaborate and share knowledge.
What’s your favourite DIALOG initiative?
The Community Wellbeing Framework! It is a robust and practical tool to align the purpose and direction of ANY project with aspirational values that equate to real and sustainable wellbeing for all humans.
Where do you find inspiration?
Traveling abroad! The richness of different cultures and architecture infuses my creative mind with inspiration that informs the way I design, lead projects, cook, even commute (thank you, Copenhagen)!
What’s one ‘pro tip’ you live by?
“Work smarter, not harder” – It’s a commitment to innovation!
Bachelor of Interior Design (in progress)
Business Diploma, Marketing
Grant MacEwan University
Architectural Technology Diploma
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology