We are excited to announce that our President and Founder, Meredith Wenskoski, was named one of the Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals by Colorado Biz Magazine. You can read more about the award here.

Meredith has made a name for herself in Metro Denver community in recent years as a design leader with an ability to handle even the most political of public projects. Through helping the Denver Housing Authority plan and navigate a complete neighborhood revitalization in Sun Valley; helping the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) initiate conversations about the I-70 highway cover park with the Elyria Swansea / Globeville communities; and working through critical stormwater and jurisdictional issues with the High Line Canal Conservancy, Denver Water and 11 jurisdictions on the High Line Canal project, Meredith has become highly regarded for her navigation of public-sector challenges around complex and contentious issues on behalf of her clients. And recently, Meredith was selected as a key leader on a team to envision the next plans for development at the Denver International Airport (DEN). Though just kicking off, this is another important example of her ability to guide challenging public-private conversations around development plans for the region’s future. 

In addition to Meredith’s core professional work, she is also currently serving as a volunteer member of the Broncos Stadium Master Planning Steering Committee, where she will help shape a successful path for reutilization of the area’s extensive surface parking lots, reconnecting the urban grid for the neighborhoods surrounding it. Similarly, she holds a volunteer role with the Downtown Denver Partnership, specifically as a Trustee of the 2010 Downtown Denver Partnership Leadership Program and serves on the Design Review Committee for the Commons Neighborhood along the South Platte River. 

She is also a Board Member at local public charter school, Odyssey School of Denver, an elementary and middle school in the Park Hill neighborhood. There, she is currently chairing the school’s Development Committee as it pursues much-needed support for its 250+-student population.