Soon after graduating, Jennifer went to work with a small engineering firm drafting and designing restrooms for industrial facilities. She then took on the important role of Mom. For several years, she dedicated herself to her growing family while volunteering her talents by providing preliminary design to the Women’s Shelter of Corpus Christi and designing the Incarnate Word Elementary School Library. In 1999, she accepted a position with Texas A&M University -Corpus Christi as a project manager and designer. In 2004, she left TAMU-CC to attend UTSA’s graduate school of Architecture. Jennifer has been a part of the WKMC team since 2007, working on increasing larger and more complex projects, including the certified LEED Silver U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Station. Her experience covers government, commercial, religious, and education; from large multi-million dollar facilities to smaller technical renovations.
Whether biking through Bavaria or fishing the Laguna Madre, Jennifer has strong roots in South Texas with a deep connection to the environment and the people that share it. Traveling and studying abroad has deepened her appreciation of our natural resources and the impact architecture and planning can have improving our community. Her vitality and high energy flows through the WKMC office and into the streets and waters of our sparkling city where you can find her swimming, biking and running. She is currently serving as President of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
American Institute of Architects – Member, Texas Society of Architects – Member, American Institute of Architects Corpus Christi Chapter – President, Corpus Christi Road Runners, South Texas Triathlon Club, R/UDAT Harbor Bridge Relocation, Texas State Aquarium – Committee Member, American Diabetes Association – Committee Member, Paws and Claws – Humane Society of South Texas
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