Jenna is Director of Urban Design and Policy at the Public Design Commission. A LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction and co-founder of RUEd’ ARCH LLC, Jenna has designed and managed a breadth of public and private architectural projects and exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad. She is a member of the Urban Design Forum, Female Design Council, and the Society of American Registered Architects, and she holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and a B.A. in Architecture and Environmental Studies from Wellesley College. As a member of the Wellesley College Board of Trustees and Columbia University Senate, she participated in committees that oversaw institutional issues of gender equity, architectural and campus planning. At PDC, Jenna leads the agency's development and implementation of design policy and guidelines. She also advances strategic initiatives with a focus on the public realm, new technology, security, equity and justice. Jenna oversees project review operations and leads the agency's contributions to publications related to urban design and public space. She spearheaded the Designing New York: Streetscapes for Wellness initiative and has presented widely about advancing spatial and social justice in the public realm. Jenna supervises the agency’s geospatial analysis and data visualization, the PDC Annual Report, and special projects related to OneNYC 2050 and the Sustainable Development Goals. Jenna strives to inspire and develop creative strategies for improved equity, engagement, and excellence in design.