Jessica Sticklor-Lipson brings her passion for human needs and the five senses to the design of learning environments for children. Jessica received her Master of Architecture from The Catholic University of America and an undergraduate degree in media arts and design with a concentration in journalism from James Madison University. While at Catholic University she completed study abroad programs in Italy and France and won a conceptual design competition for a Museum of Cinema in Paris. Her thesis re-imagined the idea of an educational center in El Salvador that emphasized the core of human needs of children. Prior to joining FNI, Jessica designed and managed large scale projects including office buildings in Washington, DC and healthcare facilities. Ms. Sticklor-Lipson is a registered architect and is LEED accredited by the US Green Building Council.
"Jessica brings her passion for human needs and the five senses to the design of learning environments for children. "