Principal Partner, Program Development, LEED AP and project manager of Savings By Design programs at Okapi Architecture, Inc., JESSICA MACK possesses a comprehensive managerial background spanning close to 20 years of work in complex industries. She brings insightful leadership, strategic management and vision, with a keen ability to develop and implement accomplished plans for successful operations. She is self-driven and self-reliant, she sets objectives and cultivate collaboration and partnership with teams, she leads the diverse stakeholders and constituencies with who she works.
Dedicated to improving the community and preserving the natural beauty of Altadena, Jessica Mack is a native Californian and has been an Altadena resident for seven years and served on the Altadena Town Council (ATC) Land Use Committee since 2013. Jessica is devoted to promoting green building practices and developing healthy buildings, and currently serves as the vice chair of the board of directors for the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS).
Jessica understands public policy, beginning her career with the City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, where she worked on the design and construction of many public works projects including the $178 million Proposition DD: Library Bond Program and $600 million Proposition Q: Public Safety Bond. Jessica holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture with an emphasis on environmental design and construction management from the University of Southern California.