Jennifer was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a graduate from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Architecture. As a newly licensed architect, Jennifer joined the award winning firm JCJ Architecture in their Tulsa office in the fall of 2018 where she primarily works on mixed-use hospitality and urban development projects. Prior to joining JCJ Architecture, Jennifer worked for ADG, PC in Oklahoma City where she contributed to various project types ranging from hospitality, healthcare, civic, and religious projects. Throughout her career, Jennifer has had the opportunity to work on some exciting projects, including the renovation of the Myriad Botanic Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City, Jenks Public Schools’ first new elementary school in 20 years, Northwest Elementary, and the Blessed Father Rother Shrine and Catholic Complex for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. Most recently she has acted as a project architect for the renovation and master plan expansion of the Choctaw Nation Casino and Hotel in Durant, OK.
In addition to her work as an architect, Jennifer strives to be highly involved in her community’s health and development. She is active within several professional and personal non-profit organizations, including serving on the board for her local AIA chapter and as a Young Leader for ULI Oklahoma.
Jennifer’s non-profit and professional endeavors have instilled within her a passion for cultivating thriving communities. She strives to gain personal knowledge and promote communal understanding of the trends, innovations, and best practices for invigorating the built environment and revitalizing community betterment initiatives.