Jennifer Rayburn, IIDA
Jennifer Rayburn, is a Principle of Vollertsen Architecture. She has been practicing interior design in New England since 1993 and has been a NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer since 1998. Jennifer holds a Master of Science from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington.
Jennifer has broad experience in using interior design to help commercial and institutional clients evolve and improve their organizations by connecting design strategies to core business goals. She has expertise in the strategic planning, design and management of commercial and institutional design projects. Prior to joining Vollertsen Architecture, Jennifer worked for several prominent architecture firms on commercial and institutional interior design project for clients such as Boston College, Fidelity Investments, FleetBoston, Hale and Dorr, LLP, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., McDonald's Corporation, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Suffolk University Law School, British Consulate-General and TIAA-CREF. Projects have ranged in scope from $10,000 to $90,000,000 and from 100 square feet to 500,000 square feet. Jennifer was on award winning project teams for the Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA and The Fessenden School, West Newton, MA.
Jennifer is a Professional member of IIDA (International Interior Design Association) and is a charter member of the IIDA New England Chapter. Jennifer is currently serving on the IIDA New England Board as Residential Forum Director. She has served IIDA in the past as President of the New England Chapter, Chair of the IIDA New England Business Leaders Forum Breakfast, Vice President of Membership and Boston City Center Director. Jennifer was awarded the IIDA New England Star award in 2004 for outstanding contributions to the interior design profession in New England.
Jennifer is active as an interior design educator and has been an adjunct faculty instructor at Endicott College and an instructor at the Boston Architectural Center and the University of Massachusetts. She has been a review juror for interior design studios at the Boston Architectural Center and a guest speaker at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Mount Ida College and the University of Massachusetts. Jennifer served on the Boston Architectural Center Board of Directors from 2001-2003. In 1997 the Boston Architectural Center awarded Jennifer a Faculty Award for Teaching.
Jennifer's work has been published in the Boston Globe Magazine, and exhibited at Build Boston.