Staff

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Jennifer Kovarik

UTA Field Supervisor East Team Field Supervisor

Jennifer emphasizes connections between the built environment, community, and health in underserved areas throughout Colorado. Although Jennifer is from a large city, she enjoys the complexity of rural design projects and opportunities to incorporate art and design while providing realistic multidisciplinary learning opportunities that result in enormous community impact and easy project implementation.  Jennifer holds dual master’s degrees in Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, a graduate certificate in Public Health from CU Anschutz, and a B.S. in National Resources and Environmental Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She is a Professional/Registered Landscape Architect in Colorado, holds the American Institute of Certified Planner (AICP) Certification, and is a Certified Health Coach. Jennifer also serves on the International WELL Building Institute Health Equity Advisory Board and the State of Colorado Main Street Advisory Board. In her free time, she enjoys creating abstract art, both urban and mountain adventures, as well as hiking, telemark, skate, and cross-country skiing.

Jennifer-Kovarik-headshot

Jennifer Kovarik

UTA Field Supervisor East Team Field Supervisor

Jennifer emphasizes connections between the built environment, community, and health in underserved areas throughout Colorado. Although Jennifer is from a large city, she enjoys the complexity of rural design projects and opportunities to incorporate art and design while providing realistic multidisciplinary learning opportunities that result in enormous community impact and easy project implementation.  Jennifer holds dual master’s degrees in Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, a graduate certificate in Public Health from CU Anschutz, and a B.S. in National Resources and Environmental Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She is a Professional/Registered Landscape Architect in Colorado, holds the American Institute of Certified Planner (AICP) Certification, and is a Certified Health Coach. Jennifer also serves on the International WELL Building Institute Health Equity Advisory Board and the State of Colorado Main Street Advisory Board. In her free time, she enjoys creating abstract art, both urban and mountain adventures, as well as hiking, telemark, skate, and cross-country skiing.

Student Employees

Current Student Employees

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Jennifer Kovarik

UTA Field Supervisor East Team Field Supervisor

Jennifer emphasizes connections between the built environment, community, and health in underserved areas throughout Colorado. Although Jennifer is from a large city, she enjoys the complexity of rural design projects and opportunities to incorporate art and design while providing realistic multidisciplinary learning opportunities that result in enormous community impact and easy project implementation.  Jennifer holds dual master’s degrees in Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, a graduate certificate in Public Health from CU Anschutz, and a B.S. in National Resources and Environmental Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She is a Professional/Registered Landscape Architect in Colorado, holds the American Institute of Certified Planner (AICP) Certification, and is a Certified Health Coach. Jennifer also serves on the International WELL Building Institute Health Equity Advisory Board and the State of Colorado Main Street Advisory Board. In her free time, she enjoys creating abstract art, both urban and mountain adventures, as well as hiking, telemark, skate, and cross-country skiing.

Past Student Employees

Jennifer-Kovarik-headshot

Jennifer Kovarik

UTA Field Supervisor East Team Field Supervisor

Jennifer emphasizes connections between the built environment, community, and health in underserved areas throughout Colorado. Although Jennifer is from a large city, she enjoys the complexity of rural design projects and opportunities to incorporate art and design while providing realistic multidisciplinary learning opportunities that result in enormous community impact and easy project implementation.  Jennifer holds dual master’s degrees in Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, a graduate certificate in Public Health from CU Anschutz, and a B.S. in National Resources and Environmental Science from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She is a Professional/Registered Landscape Architect in Colorado, holds the American Institute of Certified Planner (AICP) Certification, and is a Certified Health Coach. Jennifer also serves on the International WELL Building Institute Health Equity Advisory Board and the State of Colorado Main Street Advisory Board. In her free time, she enjoys creating abstract art, both urban and mountain adventures, as well as hiking, telemark, skate, and cross-country skiing.