Jessica Wolff is a landscape designer who works at Offshoots, Inc. in Boston. She has over seven years of experience in the landscape architecture, planning, and urban design professional realms and has worked in reputable firms in the DC Area, the Midwest, and the Northeast. She is a LEED AP and active ASLA member. Her research interests include brownfield sites, renewable energy landscapes, and sustainable site planning for post-industrial cities, with her masters thesis work being published, exhibited, and presented nationally and internationally. She has been a jury member at the University of Minnesota as well as being a mentor for the school's landscape architecture department mentorship program. She was a teaching assistant at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Jessica highly values leadership and mentorship in teaching and practice and continues to explore the best venues in which to develop programs related to these values. At the Boston Architectural College, Jessica has taught City X, Housing and Institutional Planning for Landscape Architects, and the Advanced Interdisciplinary Studio.