Jennifer’s diverse experience in the U.S. and Canada has focused on improving social, environmental and economic sustainability. Jennifer has worked in the public, private and non-profit sectors including affordable housing, land use planning and social development policy creation; land development analysis; community consultation; green industry and economic development initiatives. She strives to improve community engagement to ensure that planning decisions represent the diversity of each community. She has received two awards for her planning work as the co-creator of the winning entry for the Morph My City Competition for neighbourhood design at the 2012 National Infrastructure Summit in Regina, SK and as a member of a design team whose work was published for the Edge as Center urban revitalization competition in Boston, MA. She holds a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from McGill University and is a Registered Professional Planner.