Britni Jessup, Associate AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Designer / Interiors
Britni is a Designer at Rowell Brokaw. Britni is currently leading the interiors portion of the UO Columbia 150 Hall Remodel. She led the interiors portion on the Northwest Community Credit Union Support Center project in Downtown Eugene which was completed earlier this year and two Northwest Community Credit Union branch remodels based in Roseburg and Springfield.
Raised in Eugene, OR, she received a B.A. in Spanish and a B.S. in International Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. After completing her M. Arch. Degree at the University of Oregon, she spent 2 years working in the University’s Center for Housing Innovations Case Study Lab in the Architecture Department. There she was part of a team working on a grant from the USGBC researching green buildings and performance metrics. Next, she spent 1 year working on special projects for a commercial interiors firm and 3 years working in the office of Willamette Architecture 360. As a Lead Designer in Eugene, Oregon, she managed a team concentrating on residential schematic design for international clients. She compiled design packages for a range of projects types including high-end homes, multi-family homes and community buildings. While working internationally, she also ran a small business assisting with tenant improvements and interior architecture projects locally.
Britni is and has been a volunteer for many organizations including the Architects in Schools program, United Way Emerging Professionals group, Student Association for Women in Architecture (SAWA), and the Washington Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (WSAAC).
In addition to her design and business background, Britni played volleyball at the University of Washington on a full athletic scholarship. She was the Volleyball Team Captain and an Academic All-American athlete for three years as an undergraduate student. Currently, she is the Creative Director and Founding Partner of Blue Skies Beach Club, a youth beach volleyball club promoting the sport to girls and boys of middle school and high school age.