Jennifer Esposito MArch '12

Jennifer Esposito is a licensed Architect with the Ontario Association of Architects. She graduated with a post-professional Master of Architecture II from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (2012) and previously earned a Master of Architecture (2007) and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies with Highest Distinction (2005) from Carleton University where she was named to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Honour Roll. She is also a recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts JBC Watkins Award, which enabled her to pursue postgraduate education beyond Canadian borders.

Jennifer is currently practicing at superkül (Toronto, ON) and specializes in custom residential projects.  Prior to joining the team at superkül, she was an Associate at MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects (Halifax, NS) where she was instrumental in leading two of the firms internationally recognized and award winning proto-urban residential projects. Additional formative work experience includes offices across North America such as Pin/Taylor Architects (Yellowknife, NT), Brown + Storey Architects (Toronto, ON), LUCE et studio (San Diego, CA), and William Rawn Associate Architects (Boston, MA).

Throughout her career, Jennifer has been passionate about teaching and mentorship in the profession. She has taught at Dalhousie University and is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo. Jennifer volunteers her time as mentor to Intern Architects in Ontario and Nova Scotia as well as students in the Carleton Alumni Mentorship Program. She is a mentor in the GSD Women in Design Program and a member of the Executive Committee of Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT), an independent initiative dedicated to equality in the profession.