A gifted and insightful designer with a career spanning more than 30 years, Kristina Ennis, RA, Well AP (prov) is well respected within the hospitality, gaming and Native American design and construction community. Kristina’s holistic approach to her work incorporates sensitivity to vision, objectives, cultural background, historic context and the natural environment. Her attention to detail, enthusiasm and passion for bringing form to these values has resulted in a distinguished portfolio, award-winning projects and a strong connection to her clients and their constituents. She is highly regarded for the level of professionalism she brings to her work and to her contribution to the design and construction industry. In 2005 Casino Enterprise Management magazine recognized Kristina as one of the “Great Women of Gaming,” acknowledging the innovative vision, dedication and mentorship that she incorporates into the design development process as well as final project solutions.
Kristina’s holistic approach to her work incorporates sensitivity to vision, objectives, cultural background, historic context and the natural environment.
Kristina has been a frequent contributor to industry publications and has moderated and been a panelist at national conferences for both gaming and hospitality design. She has contributed her expertise by serving as Chair of the Construction in Indian Country Conference from 2010-2014, and has been a member of the Advisory Council since 2004. In 2016, Kristina completed training with the International WELL Building Institute at the Cleveland Clinic, earning provisional WELL Accredited Professional status. She has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and earned a Master of Architecture from Rice University in Houston, Texas. She has been a member of the JCJ team since 2007.