An associate principal and planner at Sasaki, Jill enjoys working in interdisciplinary teams to tackle complex urban issues. Jill is particularly interested in projects that require a strong integration of ecology with planning.
Thinking about resiliency and how communities, cities, and regions can better adapt to changes of all kinds is at the heart of her work. Jill has significant experience with regional planning and park systems, including developing community outreach strategies, scenario planning, and visualizing key ideas.
Jill holds a Master of Urban Planning, with Distinction, from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and Bachelors of Arts in Architecture and Economics from Clemson University.
Economic resilience and ecological restoration fell hand-in-hand—the success of one goal relied on the success of the other at Gulf State Park
Recasting the "vision plan" as a storytelling exercise to get community members of all ages and backgrounds invested in the future of Denver's High Line Canal
“Environmental leader” has not been a phrase many would use to describe Alabama. Now, thanks to Sasaki's work on Gulf State Park, it will.