Jenna's work is at the intersection of
health, wellness, and design.
She is a designer in the field of architecture with years of experience in the commercial, residential, and institutional sectors. Her practice and research focuses on the
symbiotic relationship between
people, place, and planet.
She was invited by the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA) to speak at their biennial symposium last fall. Jenna presented her research on sensory relationships in the built environment and how it impacts occupant health and wellness. She holds two degrees from Yale University, and is a WELL Accredited Professional.