Jessica believes in the power of design and space as a means to promote greater engagement, support diversity and social outcomes, and build community. Throughout her diverse and award-winning work, she has focused on empowering her teams, clients, and stakeholders to develop collaborative visions that transform campuses and their communities. She regularly leverages her student life expertise and problem-solving skills to arrive at thoughtful design solutions that improve student outcomes. She excels at leading complex projects and navigating accelerated timelines—always ensuring project goals are prioritized and met. Constraints are thought of as opportunities for design innovation, supported by extensive technical proficiency and her experience in all phases of design and construction. Before coming to Hanbury, Jessica led a range of student life, campus planning, and mixed-use projects at Design Collective.
- Master of Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park
- Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park