Jazz brings a strong collaborative approach to deliver design solutions with ambitious technological and sustainability goals.

Committed to collaboration with clients, users, and design partners, Jazz has a keen eye for detail and balancing client needs. She served as a project architect for Washington University in St. Louis' East End Transformation. The project includes several major components, including a new facility for the art and architecture school, an expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, two new multi-use buildings, and an underground parking garage. 
Recently, she worked on developing a residential master plan for Colby College, creating a vibrant and distinct living-learning community. Jazz co-chairs the AIA Philadelphia chapter of Women in Architecture where she leads programming that cultivates the development and leadership of women design professionals. She earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Nebraska and a Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.