Jeanne Kopacz, IIDA, ASID, LEED AP is a commercial interior designer, author, speaker, and educator based in Massachusetts, where she serves as managing principal of Allegro Interior Architecture. She is most known for her strength in strategic planning, and her expertise in color and form integration. Her thirty-year experience has included leadership positions with Bryer Architects, LLP and Cubellis Associates, Inc.
Ms. Kopacz speaks at nationally and internationally recognized industry events, including Design Trends (Calgary, Canada), NEOCON (Chicago, IL), IIDEX Neocon (Toronto, Ontario), Interior Design Boston (Boston, MA) and NeoconEast (Baltimore, MD). Her book, Color in Three-Dimensional Design, received a Professional & Scholarly Publishing Award in 2004. Her international collaboration, Colour Design: Theories and Applications, is currently being printed. She has held an adjunct faculty position with New England School of Art & Design, Suffolk University since 1994, and taught at Rhode Island School of Design in 2005 and Mount Ida College in 2010.