Throughout her career, Jennifer Trask has concentrated on relationships and the collaborative process of helping clients succeed in creating their project vision. Being a product of the 80’s, she grew up in front of a computer, and uses her enjoyment of computer technology to convey her designs. Beginning in the initial planning phase, she objectively interprets and defines aesthetic goals including operational features for each project.
Jennifer Trask, recognized for layout and design expertise, is an early adapter of design technology in retail, senior living and dining room design. Her work on over 200 projects including retail stores, malls, senior living communities, hospitals, independent restaurants and universities, located across the United States, has provided insight and understanding of proportion, aesthetic and material appropriateness.
Jennifer’s contributions to the sustainable design community include a lecture titled, “What is Amazing Architecture?”, leading charitable events such as Canstruction and Zero Landfill while also mentoring aspiring designers. She has served on the Cleveland CityCenter board for the International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and is currently serving on the board of a community revitalization organization that she founded, Forward Fairview Park. She is currently mentoring aspiring designers by teaching with the Interior Design Program at Cleveland Community College.
Jennifer Trask received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from the College of Architecture at Kent State University and is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. She is a December 2014 graduate of Bad Girl Ventures business accelerator and is currently applying for certifications including Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Encouraging Diversity, Growth, Equity (EDGE).