Jamaica Reese-Julien

Jamaica received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree with a minor in Urban Studies from Northeastern University in 2016.  While in school, she studied abroad in Berlin, Germany and completed an honors research project about the affordable housing crisis in Boston. While at Northeastern, she was also awarded the Alpha Rho Chi medal for leadership and service to the profession of Architecture. Jamaica has previously worked as an Architectural Intern for a firm in New York City, where she participated in several international competitions. She joined Oudens Ello Architecture in the summer of 2016 and has worked on several projects in the office, including the Gloucester Public Library, Woodlawn Museum, Gardens and Park in Ellsworth, Maine and Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She is currently serving as Project Manager for proposed renovations and addition to the historic Old Lighthouse Museum in Stonington, Connecticut.