Ginger Kenney consults as a writer and editor. Recently, she worked with a musician / author on a comprehensive multimedia project focused on Johann Sebastian Bach’s Suites for Cello Solo. In the past, she has also consulted to the design, technical, and psychology professions. She is coauthor of the book Mission and Place: Strengthening Learning and Community through Campus Design (Rowman & Littlefield: 2005) and of “Planning Principles for a Sustainable Campus”, a chapter in the book Campus Design + Planning: Culture, Context and the Pursuit of Sustainability(Canadian Green Building Council: 2008). In addition, Ms. Kenney has drafted and edited numerous articles, reports, and proposals related to higher education, planning, design, and sustainability.

In addition to her professional activities, Ms. Kenney writes speculative fiction. She has completed or nearly completed four novels and a number of short stories.

Ms. Kenney’s travelogues and photography may also be seen on her Web site.

Ms. Kenney holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College, with campuses in Annapolis, Maryland and Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has served as a member of the College’s Board of Visitors and Governors, as president of the Boston chapter of the Alumni Association, and as a member of the Alumni Association’s Board of Directors. She is currently Secretary of the Alumni Association and serves on its Executive Committee. Ms. Kenney has also conducted post-doctoral research in psychology at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina.

2 Responses to Home

  1. tom dolan says:

    Ginger, thank you for your work organizing alumni seminars in Watertown. You are missed. You also were kind to host the sessions for prospective students at your home in Winchester.

    • admin says:

      Thanks, Tom! I miss you guys too! Living in Marin County is wonderful in many ways, but there doesn’t seem to be any kind of active alumni group around here–unless the Northern California group has gone stealth.

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