Jessica has consulted on highly ambitious projects, focusing on environmental design, sustainable masterplanning, and façade optimization. She used her focus and experience in daylight optimization to further advance Atelier Ten’s in-house daylight and façade optimization tools which help inform daylighting, visual comfort, thermal comfort, and energy performance of building façades for projects.
Through her current role as leader of the masterplan practice, Jessica has advised several institutions on visionary frameworks that strive to create a development identity grounded in environmental performance and equity while reducing resource consumption and impacts on climate change. She has contributed to high performance projects such as the LEED Platinum and Net-Zero ready Benjamin P. Grogan and Jerry L. Dove Federal Building, the LEED Gold Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, and the Kendall Square Masterplan at MIT.
Jessica is a LEED Accredited Professional and continues to serve as the Lecturer for Daylighting for the University of Pennsylvania PennDesign program. She holds a B.S. in Building Technology, a B.S. in Marketing Science and M.Eng. in High Performance Structures from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.