Jennifer is a single mom to her son Alex, 16, and her daughter Vivian, 13, both of whom are attending Seminole County Public Schools in Oviedo.
She grew up in the Chicago Northwest Suburbs and received her Architecture Degree from the University of Illinois. She has been fortunate to have worked throughout the country as a licensed Architect for large Architecture firms working on scientific, healthcare, and commercial projects with sustainable design requirements worldwide. She moved to Florida 15 years ago after receiving an exciting job opportunity working on aerospace and educational projects and has called Seminole County home ever since. Currently, she works as an Architect for Lockheed Martin at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Local projects she has worked on include the Orlando International Airport South Airport Automated People Mover and Intermodal Terminal Facility the first LEED v4 New Construction Project in the State of Florida and the University of Florida Biomedical Sciences Building, a LEED Gold Certified facility in Florida. LEED is a worldwide standard for facility design, construction, operations, and performance administered by the United States Green Building Council (usgbc.org).
Understanding the relationship between facility development and the environment is critical to ensure we protect the fragile Florida ecosystem of which Seminole County is in the center. Jennifer's experience working on a wide variety of complex building projects at sensitive sites like Cape Canaveral will bring a fresh well-rounded perspective to the Seminole County Soil and Water Conservation District. She currently volunteers with groups that are important to her and her family, such as the Seminole County Business Advisory Board, and the City of Oviedo Public Arts Committee and will bring her community experience if elected.
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