Jeremy Munn is a Program Director for Facilities, Design and Construction at Northeastern University. He spends his time helping University leadership make complex decisions on how to plan, design, build or renovate space across the Boston Campus. Jeremy is involved in a number of complex projects for the University including multiple historic restorations to the Huntington Avenue YMCA and laboratory planning and fit outs in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex/ISEC.
He is a licensed architect in the state of Massachusetts and a LEED approved professional. Jeremy received his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University, where he graduated Cum Laude and was awarded the Alpha Ro Chi medal for leadership, service and merit. In addition, he received a Masters in Business Administration / MBA with concentrations in Corporate Renewal and Financial Investments from the D’Amore-Mckim School of Business at Northeastern University. Upon receiving his MBA Jeremy was inducted into the International Honor’s Society, Beta Gamma Sigma.
Prior to his current position, Jeremy worked for MIT Lincoln Laboratory as a Senior Facilities Planner, master planning and managing the design of two new research centers. As well, Jeremy spent about a decade practicing architecture in Boston with Burt Hill/Stantec Architecture as a Market Sector Leader, as well as with Chan Krieger Sieniewicz (currently NBBJ) and CBT Architects.
Jeremy has served as a guest critic at Wentworth, MIT and Harvard University before joining Northeastern as adjunct faculty.