Jessica Healy, a real estate developer with thirty years of experience, has worked with major financial institutions, governmental agencies, cultural institutions and not-for-profits. She has managed the design, engineering and construction of a wide range of building types from corporate headquarters to single-family affordable housing, traveling museum structures to federal courthouses. She has completed projects in NYC and Minneapolis in the United States including Goldman Sachs’ headquarters in lower Manhattan and federal courthouses in lower Manhattan and Minneapolis. Her project for the Guggenheim Museum involved a structure of new and previously-untested building materials that traveled to New York, Berlin and Mumbai. Her work for the US State Department as project director for the American Pavilion for the Expo (World’s Fair) opened in Milan in May 2015. Ms. Healy received a B.A. in French Literature from Dartmouth College. She serves on the Board of the United Nations Development Corporation, the Chelsea Music Festival and Africa Schoolhouse, is a class officer for Dartmouth College, and is an advisor to Citizen Bridge, a public art initiative at New York City’s waterfront.