Jennifer Gaugler is our department architectural historian. In this role, Jennifer has been assisting the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) staff in supporting the work of a study committee for a new architectural conservation district. She arranges and facilitates virtual public meetings, organizes edits to the study report, and serves as a liaison between the Landmarks Commission, the study committee members, and City officials.
Prior to joining the Boston Landmarks Commission, Jennifer worked in the academic sector as an instructor for classes on architecture history and research methods. Her previous experience also includes architecture and historic preservation work in the United States and Rwanda.
Jennifer holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in architecture history, a Master of Architecture degree from Tulane University, and a Bachelor's degree in architecture from MIT.
In her spare time, she enjoys exploring historic places, hiking, biking, reading, and learning to row on the Charles River.