jacqueline Ho, AIA
I am a licensed Architect (California and New York), Project Manager and Business Operations/Development professional based in San Francisco. I hold a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Architecture from Yale, as well as a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University.
Given my background I wear many hats.
I have over twelve years of combined experience in capital planning, project management, business administration and architecture, executing civic, cultural, hospitality, residential and open space projects in North America. My work has been characterized by elegant spaces and sophisticated details that reinforce a bold vision.
I am someone people rely on to make sound decisions. Knowing my work adds value for end-users and stakeholders brings me a great deal of satisfaction. As a manager I strive to elevate projects by empowering individuals and teams. I’m known for my diplomatic leadership style.
I have taught both undergraduate and graduate students, at the UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA) and at the Yale School of Architecture.
I co-edited Assembly: Post Digital Craft; documenting the design and construction of a summer pavilion project that I initiated and led. My work has been featured in several publications and has received awards including three Design Citation Awards from the AIA and an Architectural Transformation Award from the Society of American Registered Architects. I am the recipient of the Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize, recognizing outstanding academic work by a woman in the field of architecture.
Prior to San Francisco I lived in Vancouver and New York City.