Co-FOUNDER and CEO
Jenn is a fitness veteran who has taught over 15,000 outdoor classes and one-on-one personal training sessions. She’s the founder of Basic Training one of the highest-rated outdoor fitness companies in the US and the "Pop-Up Fitness Hub," a former parking lot transformed into a community space where people work out, hang out, and soak up the energy. Jenn is also a sponsored runner and has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine for her fitness innovations. Previously, Jenn worked as a designer at IDEO and Apple.
Co-founder and COO
Adam operates in the intersection of art, science, design, and education to lead projects that improve urban life globally. He has spent the past 10 years creating novel solutions to civic problems through his work at Rebar Group and the Exploratorium. He has led workshops all over the world on inquiry-based education and lectured extensively on urban experience design. In addition, as a member of the newly formed Exploratorium Studio for Public Spaces, he led a suite of projects that applied the Exploratorium’s unique design process to cities, parks, libraries, transit centers and more. Adam has collaborated with world class partners from public, private and the non-profit fields including the the Trust for Public Land, Biomimicry 3.8, the US National Parks Service, Facebook, Google, Autodesk, Gensler and many others.
Douglas is the principal and founder of envelope A+D, a multi-disciplinary design studio working to conceive, construct and curate places where people and organizations thrive. The firm’s signature works include experimental environments for Facebook, Google and YouTube as well as the temporary and new kitchens for The French Laundry (the latter in collaboration with Snøhetta). Douglas is the creative entrepreneurial force behind San Francisco’s PROXY, a temporary activation of two city owned vacant lots presenting fitness, film, music and food in the heart of the city. The firm’s recent recognition includes a profile in T Magazine as well as articles in Interior Design, Architectural Record, Dwell, and San Francisco Magazine.