Women In Architecture
We are proud to announce the November 2019 SPOT.Light for WIA Tampa Bay. SPOT.Light is a monthly showcase of women leaders in our industry from the Tampa Bay. Continue below to read about the November SPOT.Light leader, Jennifer Reymundi, Specification Sales Manager at USG.
About Jennifer Reymundi
Jennifer Reymundi is the Specification Sales Manager within the Building Envelope Division for USG throughout the Southeast of USA since 2016. She has specialized in roofing and air barriers as well as structural concrete panels, from water intrusion to vapor, water and air permeance, structural and roofing solutions to reroofs and building vertical additions.
She served as the Architectural Consultant for US Gypsum Corporation covering the Southwest Florida Region from 2007 to 2016. During this time, she served as a technical contact as well as an architectural resource to the designing and construction community. Previously, she also was withLyman Davidson Dooley.Fleischman Garcia Architecture, CBB Architects, Wannemacher Russell Architects (now Wannemacher Jensen Architects), Rife + Wood Architects; with projects throughout the states of Virginia, Florida and the Caiman Islands.
Ms. Reymundi has over 20 years of experience in the Architectural and Construction industries from consulting to management experience in the fields of design, code compliance, building envelope, cost improvement, coordination, construction administration, strategy, and organization. She has had an extensive variety of projects experience in the private and public sectors such as Educational areas, as well as Healthcare, Retail, Religious, Community Centers, Government, Lodging, Office, and High-End Residential. Additionally, she conducted a studio construction class in Architectural Construction and Design for the interior design department at the International Academy of Design and Technology as a requisite for graduating interior designers.
Ms. Reymundi holds a Master's degree in Architecture from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). She obtained her Bachelor of Environmental Design from the School of Architecture at the University of Puerto Rico. Presently she holds active memberships with the following associations and organizations: Associate AIA, CSI, IIDA, USGBC, WIA, IIBEC, NRCA, SPRI.
Furthermore, Ms. Reymundi has served as Associate Director and Allied Director with the AIA FL Gulf Coast Chapter. Part of the accomplished duties under this association is to direct and conduct the Architectural Registration Exam weekly sessions serving intern architects to achieve their licensure. Presently, she seats on the executive board for CSI Gulf Coast Chapter as the President after serving a one-year term as president-elect, Vice President and a two-year term as a Chapter Director. She currently seats on the education committee for IIBEC in the Atlanta chapter, as well. In addition, she holds one of the public board of directors positions on the FFA (Florida Foundation for Architecture).
September SPOT.Light - Dawn Mages
October SPOT.Light - Kim Headland, AIA
November SPOT.Light - Beverly Frank, AIA
December SPOT.Light - Cathy Svercl, AIA
January SPOT.Light - Angela Hendershot, AIA
February SPOT.Light - Taryn Sabia, Assoc. AIA
March SPOT.Light - Jody Beck, AIA
April SPOT.Light - Tamara J. Rice, AIA
May SPOT.Light - Tiara Rubio
June SPOT.Light -Vivian Salaga, AIA
July SPOT.Light - Paige Thomas, Assoc. AIA
August SPOT.Light - Stephanie Ferrell, FAIA
September SPOT.Light - Kimberlee Debosier, PE
October SPOT.Light - Erica Stanbra Hagan, AIA