SmithGroupJJR Landscape Architect Named President of State Chapter


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Clare Jagenow

Clare Jagenow, a landscape architect at SmithGroupJJR in Ann Arbor, has been elected 2016 president of the Michigan Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

An active member of the organization for more than 10 years, Jagenow served six years concurrently as the editor of SITES and as a member of the executive committee. As president, Jagenow will be involved in several state-wide awareness campaigns about the valuable role landscape architects play in society’s health, safety, and welfare, as well as a large push to advocate for state licensure protection. 

Jagenow is a registered landscape architect in the state of Michigan. She served as landscape architect for several of the firm’s significant university and urban planning projects, including Temple University Campus Master Plan and the City of Grand Rapids progressive Green Grand Rapids Infrastructure Plan. 

Jagenow, of Trenton, earned her bachelor of landscape architecture from Michigan State University.

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