Jane Cee received her undergraduate degree with Honors in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley in 1985 and received her Master of Architecture with Distinction in Design from Harvard in 1988. During and after graduate school, Jane’s work was honored as Senior Designer for the firm Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones with 5 Progressive Architecture awards and citations, most notably for the UCLA Energy Services Facility and the Astronaut’s Memorial at Kennedy Space Center. She has lectured, exhibited and contributed to publications widely in the United States and abroad. She has been affiliated with the School of Architectural Studies at the California College of the Arts since 1993 where she is currently an Adjunct Professor. Recent Cee Architects projects include: the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center (by Cee/Pfau Collaborative, a joint venture partnership of Cee Architects and Pfau Architecture); San Francisco’s Hetch Hetchy Cogeneration Facilities; the Ark of Refuge Youth and Social Services Center; the Leland Polk Senior Community; and the Earthquake Theater at the California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park.