Senior Associate, Architect, Mackey Mitchell Architects
Chairperson- Edwardsville (IL) Historic Preservation Commission
900 Spruce Street, Ste. 500 | St. Louis, MO63102
Jennifer began her career in architecture working for historic preservation architect Joseph K. Oppermann in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. There, she worked on conditions assessments, historic structures reports, and building restorations for projects like the Thomas Wolfe House in Asheville, NC; the Old Governor’s Mansion in Kentucky; and the Ximenez-Fatio House in St. Augustine, Florida. Now working as an Architect at Mackey Mitchell in St. Louis, Jennifer’s historic preservation background informs appropriate, contextual building renovations and new construction for both civic and higher education clients. She also serves as the chair of the Historic Preservation Commission in Edwardsville, Illinois, and is an alumna of the University of Illinois School of Architecture.