Jenn joined Living Habitats at the beginning of 2016 and has played a vital role in the development and enhancement of projects for both public and private clients. Her sensitivity to environmentally sound solutions is fundamentally linked to her desire to create design that resonates with an individual client and site.
Jenn began her career in Texas at RVi before arriving at Living Habitats. She earned a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Kansas State University in 2012 and was also selected as the program’s Olmsted Scholar. Her master’s project focused on wetlands within the Wildcat Creek watershed in Riley County Kansas to diminish flooding and increase wildlife habitat.