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Jenny Narrod, AIA, LEED AP BD+C


Jenny brings an unwavering dedication for purposeful and technical design solutions to CCY and has impeccable organization and project management skills. Before arriving to the Roaring Fork Valley, she practiced architecture in Houston, San Francisco, and Tel Aviv on a wide array of project types including, but not limited to, tunnels, airport hangers, and a high-end hotel in Russia. Jenny is a licensed architect in both Texas and Colorado, and is a LEED AP.

She has coordinated and lead large and complex projects since she has been with the firm. Jenny recently completed the new Ulery’s Lake neighborhood at Moonlight Basin Montana, a multi-phase private development that includes a lodge, duplexes and two phases of cabins. The lodge is the neighborhood’s gathering spot, and includes a restaurant and bar, outfitters, children’s programming, and a training and conditioning center complete with a basketball court and rock-climbing wall.

Jenny’s background in dance and the arts provides inspiration to her design process. She has a passion for creating architecture much the way she used to choreograph, by understanding and finding the best movements through space. Jenny recently was recognized by AIA Colorado for an un-built urban housing prototype and site strategy that responds to extreme weather events and fosters community engagement.

While at Rice University, Jenny used her fluent Spanish to study and volunteer abroad, often as a translator. Jenny is actively involved with the American Institute of Architects, both regionally and nationally. She also contributes to her community by teaching Hebrew school at the Aspen Jewish Congregation and volunteers time and support to other non-profit organizations.