Lorraine Jack is a job captain on Mackenzie's high tech team. Lorraine spent several summers and school breaks working for the firm as an intern before earning her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. Upon graduation, she joined the firm's retail team to work on Fred Meyer Stores. She was handpicked to work on the Intel MSB1 project in 2012 based on her strong Revit capabilities. Lorraine is a strong advocate of public interest design, and is spearheading pro-bono efforts to develop an orphanage in Haiti. She is a past volunteer in Architects Without Borders and the ACE Mentor Program. Within Mackenzie, Lorraine is an active participant in the firm's Community Outreach (CORE) committee and past member of the summer picnic planning committee.
"I believe in acknowledging all stakeholders and including them in the design process so that their voices are heard and their aspirations for the project are realized, however large or small. Design is an interpretation of a client's vision through an architectectural lens."