Oct 27, 2021
Blake Jackson is a licensed architect (RI) with over 18 years of industry experience in various roles, having obtained a B-Arch from Kennesaw State University (2005) and an M-Arch in Sustainable Environmental Design from the AA Graduate School in London (2008).
He is an Associate and the US Northeast Sustainability Design Leader with Stantec, a global built environment practice, working out of Boston, MA. His focus is on the nexus between sustainability, well-being and resiliency, serving as a company-wide resource, particularly with projects seeking third-party certifications.
He’s active within the northeast regional design community, including being a past board member of A Better City, as former co-chair of the BSA COTE, as a former BSA VP of Advocacy, and as an adjunct faculty at both the Boston Architectural College and Mount Ida College (now UMass Dartmouth). In 2015 He was honored as one of BD+C Magazine's "40 Under 40" Class.
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