Jill is a licensed architect who focuses on energy efficiency and climate resiliency measures for the specialty firm RWDI.
She lives in Spruce Hill in a house that she and her spouse are renovating while raising their three children. Her oldest son held his first spackle knife at the age of 3 and her daughter knows how to carefully hold and pass all of the screws needed for whatever the weekend project requires. Their baby brother is getting busy in the Wildthings and will hopefully follow in their footsteps as Rainbows, Bluejays, and then School Age After Care and Camp.
Jill has been a room parent for many different classrooms since joining the PIC community in 2016 and now serves as the Room Parent Coordinator.
Jill appreciates the diversity of the PIC program and the focus on community. PIC is so much more than childcare; it's a community built around a commitment to the growth of our children. From teachers to administrators to alums, everyone who passes through PIC improves the lives and future of our next generation. I'm also aware of how lucky we are to have so many outdoor resources, like the Tot lot, the Nature Playground, and the blacktop. Rain or shine, snow or summer breezes, I know my children will be learning valuable lessons in the outdoor classrooms.