Jill Schreifer | AICP, PMP
Founder and CEO
Jill A. Schreifer, AICP, PMP, specializes in sustainable master planning and collaborative design with nearly two decades of experience in federal planning, training, and operations. A former active duty Air Force civil engineering officer, Jill has served as an engineer, programmer, designer, and author for over 200 area development plans and associated studies for federal clients worldwide, including all branches of the U.S. military. She co-authored Unified Facilities Criteria 2-100-01, Installation Master Planning, and was instrumental in the creation of the first-ever UFC-compliant master plans for the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps. She is an award-winning educator, and has taught and facilitated over 100 courses, workshops, and practicums for corporate, non-profit, and government organizations. Jill also helped launch the Department of Defense’s Master Planning Institute, including the creation of specialized curriculum and coursework, and served as the primary instructor and facilitator for the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s Installation Master Planning Unified Facility Criteria Training courses.
Jill holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Duke University, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Emory University, which she attended as a Woodruff Fellow. She recently completed a two-year term (2018-2019) as the Vice Chair of the American Planning Association's Federal Planning Division. Jill is a member the Executive Education team for the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business, where she leads workshops on leadership, vision and strategy, and organizational development. She also serves as an advisor to the Sustainable Urban Planning program at George Washington University.