FXCollaborative Brings on Marketing Pro Leslie Jenkins

Leslie D. Jenkins

FXCollaborative (FXC) is pleased to announce that Leslie D. Jenkins has joined the firm as Director of Marketing and Communications. An accomplished and trusted professional, Jenkins brings two decades of experience in top-level marketing and business development for some of the world’s largest AEC firms.

“With her deep and diverse expertise, Leslie is a tremendous asset for FXCollaborative,” said Guy Geier, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP, Managing Partner and leader of the firm’s Corporate and Interior Design practices.

“Her proven skills—ranging from developing strategic marketing plans to establishing training and mentorship programs—are a great complement to the FXCollaborative culture and will help us continue to deliver designs of exceptional value to our clients and communities,” said Geier about Jenkins joining the ninth-largest architecture firm in New York City.

“FXCollaborative is a visionary design firm committed to positively impacting the built environment,” Jenkins said. “I’m excited to be a part of the team and look forward to contributing to its growth.”

Prior to joining FXC, Jenkins held senior marketing and communications leadership positions at several prominent architectural and engineering firms. Her career experience and responsibilities have included business development, branding, and strategic communications across various channels. She has been consistently recognized for creative marketing campaigns in video, online, and print formats.

An active member of the Society of Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) since 1999, Jenkins earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in international studies from the University of Missouri, Columbia.

A direct link to Leslie’s profile on the FXC website is here: http://www.fxcollaborative.com/people/324/leslie-d-jenkins/

About FXCollaborative

FXCollaborative leverages its broad experience in architecture, interiors, and planning to enrich the world with responsible, intelligent, and beautiful design. Recently ranked as the ninth-largest in New York City in Crain’s annual rankings of the metropolitan area’s top architecture firms, FXC’s holistic approach integrates client aspirations, urban sensibilities, and a celebration of the craft of building. The firm’s work – including the recently-opened Statue of Liberty Museum – ranges from the scale of individual buildings and interiors—office towers, multi-family residences, cultural facilities, workplace, K-12, and higher-education institutions—to the city as a whole, addressing infrastructure and transportation.