Jocelyn Kelley, PLA, ASLA, Marketing and Contracts
Jocelyn joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in October 1999. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with an emphasis in plant ecology from Bates College (1978) and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Virginia (1992). Prior to graduate school, Jocelyn lived in Philadelphia and applied her environmental interests to various research, writing, and field biology projects at the Academy of Natural Sciences, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Science and Research, and BCM Engineers Environmental Consulting Group. Following graduate school, Jocelyn worked for the University of Virginia’s Facilities Planning and Construction Department as a project landscape architect where she managed several master planning and site development projects including the University master plan update, a master plan for Water Resources Management, design and construction of The Park - an intramural recreation center, and design and construction of the new Law School Grounds. At NBW, Jocelyn is now the Director of Marketing and contracts manager. Prior to assuming these roles, she was project manager for a Sustainable Site Master Plan for US EPA’s Narragansett Lab in Rhode Island, the Washington & Lee University Commons Building, Virginia Commonwealth University's Rice Center for Environmental Life Sciences, the Master Landscape Plan for Blandy Experimental Farm and the State Arboretum of Virginia, and the Doris Duke Center for Sarah P. Duke Gardens at Duke University.