Jennifer Adams-Peffer is a licensed architect and urban designer. Since 1999, Adams-Peffer has taken on progressively more senior roles in the planning and execution of large capital projects and campus master planning initiatives for the University of Toronto. Accomplished at facilitation and public consultation, she has successfully led numerous planning initiatives for the university, including the 2011 St. George Campus master plan, expansion programs for both the Rotman Faculty of Management and the Faculty of Law, and the current Centre for Engineering Innovation of Entrepreneurship. Adams-Peffer earned a master of architecture in urban design from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and a bachelor of architecture from the University of Toronto, where she earned top honors. She has taught architectural history, design, and urban design/planning at Harvard University, the University of Toronto, and George Brown College. She serves as a member of the University of Toronto Design Review Committee.