Jennifer Stanovich received her Master’s in Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s in Art History and Visual Art from Fordham University. She has worked in Chicago for over a decade on a wide range of projects including University learning spaces and residences, office buildings, museums, and government buildings. Throughout all her work she has found purpose in how spaces affect the people who use them every day. She is passionate about finding simple solutions to complex problems and works to create holistic designs that respond to both big ideas and technical details. She is eager to utilize these skills at LBBA to create buildings that engage and support communities at all levels.
Jennifer remains interested in creating and participating in the arts through visiting all of Chicago's amazing museums as well as traveling to visit museums throughout the country. She finds satisfaction in finding obscure architectural gems in unlikely places. She is active in the community through volunteer work with Chicago Plant Rescue, the Anti-Cruelty Society, the Healthy Schools Campaign, and the Wing Mentorship Program.