Jennifer finds historic preservation and tax credit projects rewarding because they involve peeling back the layers of a historic building to discover the hidden stories from the building’s past. The knowledge gained from this process informs her desire to advocate for and positively impact communities. She enjoys that the complexity of these projects often requires working collaboratively with a team of experts toward a common goal. This is especially true when the result of that collaboration is a project that can serve as the stimulus for growth or change toward an active and vibrant community.
- University of Michigan, B.S. in Architecture, 1995
- Lawrence Technological University, Master of Architecture in Architecture, 2007
- American Institute of Architects
- Association for Preservation Technology International
- APT Eastern Great Lakes Chapter
Jennifer's Recent Mentions
- Glass Gallery and Ann Phillips, AIA, SEED, Honored at AIA Detroit Celebration of Architecture
- QEA recieves AIA Huron Valley Honor Award for Glass Gallery
- Congratulations to the City of Ypsilanti and Friends of the Ypsilanti Freighthouse on Historic Preservation Award
- Croswell Opera House's "Great Big Night"