The focus of Jeanne’s work includes a diverse portfolio that embraces the critical concerns of community, identity, and place. She has advanced an inclusive design approach that fosters a culture of communication and cross-fertilization, adding vitality and meaning to the design process and ultimately enriching each effort. The buildings which emerge from this process celebrate the community spirit creating places that invite participation.
A Principal at Moore Ruble Yudell since2004, Jeanne’s work includes a diverse portfolio of meaningful, memorable, and sustainable places, inspired by climate and cultural understanding, and ranges from academic and civic buildings to campus and community planning. Her work on campuses across the country includes UCLA, UC Berkeley, Caltech, LA County + USC, Dartmouth College, an expansion to the Sloan School of Management at MIT, Bloch Hall for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at UMKC, and the recently completed David A Tepper School of Business and Quad Project at Carnegie Mellon University.
Jeanne’s work has been recognized with over 30 international, national and regional design awards and her work has been featured in many publications and exhibited nationally and internationally.