Landscape Architect/Environmental Planner
- Scenery Management
- Visual Simulations
- Wild and Scenic Rivers Management
- Roadless Area Management
- Recreation Management
- Interdisciplinary Team Leader
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Utah State University
- Associate of Science, NWCC
Certificate of Merit for exceptional contribution to the development of the White River National Forest Final Environmental Impact Statement and Revised Land and Resource Management Plan, December, 2001
Certificate of Merit for outstanding effort in completing the Baylor Park Blowdown Emergency Pest Suppression Environmental Impact statement, August 24, 2001-White River National Forest
Certificate of Merit for dedicated efforts in developing a National Scenery Management System Training Module, January 2001- Rocky Mountain Region 2
Certificate of Merit for contribution, dedication and interdisciplinary teamwork in the completion of the Aspen Highlands Ski Area EIS, 1997-Aspen Ranger District, White River National Forest
Certificate of Merit for organizing and hosting the Regional Accessibility Coordinators workshop and developing and leading the field trip for the combined Region 2 and Region 3 Scenery Management System Training, October 1995- Rocky Mountain Region 2.
National Honor Society of Landscape Architects
Jan has worked in environmental analysis and planning related to vegetation management, oil and gas leasing, and special uses including communication sites, ski areas, utilities, and private land access. She has also worked in the forest planning related to scenery, wild and scenic rivers, and special interest areas. Jan uses visual simulations to aid in analysis of various resource management activities. She also has experience in recreation site design, including universal accessibility.
Jan has coordinated and taught Regional Scenery Management System and Accessibility Training Sessions. Jan has worked for TEAMS since 2002.