Senior Project Manager, Creative Services

  • Where’s the most interesting place you’ve been?

    Probably Barcelona, Spain; it was nice to see the markets, eat good food, and visit interesting architecture like Gaudi’s Park Guell.

  • What’s something someone would be surprised to learn about you?

    I once wore a specific chocolate bar costume at a local amusement park for a commercial.

  • What’s your favorite McCormick Taylor memory?

    Employee recognition dinners are always a fantastic time, also attending the ACEC Diamond Awards this past year was a wonderful experience.


As a Senior Project Manager of Creative Services, Jennifer Regina enjoys collaborating with co-workers to transform an idea into a final product that ultimately achieves the client’s vision and goals. Over her two-plus decades at McCormick Taylor, Jennifer has utilized her passion for design, marketing, typography, and color theory to produce creative solutions and compelling designs. Currently, she supervises, coordinates, and manages creative services projects to ensure deadlines are met and deliverables are executed with innovation and quality.


Jennifer’s recent work has included several website development projects. Partnering with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s (SEPTA) Planning Department, she has worked on transformational products for initiatives such as Wayfinding, Reimaging Regional Rail, Zero Emissions Bus, Trolley Modernization, Sustainability, and the Open Data/Ridership Recovery Dashboard.


Beyond her daily work, Jennifer has several other interests and hobbies. Some of those include hiking, gardening, and baking. When asked to name something she’d like to learn, Jennifer mentioned she has many aspirations, but noted one skill in particular.


“There are so many things, but specifically I would like to learn carpentry. We moved last year, and I have a lot of ideas for projects in my head,” said Jennifer.


When it comes to life’s essentials, Jennifer says the three things she couldn’t live without are her family and friends, her morning coffee, and a good night’s sleep.


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