Jenna Mikus

Managing Partner, Honorary Fellow, & Visiting Fellow
Eudae Group, University of Melbourne, & QUT

Dr Jenna Mikus is the Founder and Managing Partner of the Eudae Group, which advises clients on organizational and spatial (both physical and digital) transformational change relating to built environments curated for health and wellbeing. Her clients have included commercial office owners, operators, and tenants as well as military, government, healthcare, higher education, aged care, and more on a global scale, with particular emphasis on the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia.

As an advocate for bridging industry practice with academic theory/research, Jenna is also an Honorary Fellow with University of Melbourne’s Centre for Wellbeing Science, a Visiting Fellow with QUT's Centre for Decent Work & Industry, a Fellow with the Centre for Conscious Design, a former Health Equity Advisor and current Research Advisor for the International WELL Building Institute, and a contributor to Harvard University's Human Flourishing Program's Flourishing at Work Interest Group.

Jenna leverages her global education across engineering (BSc in the US), architecture (MSc in the UK), and design (PhD in Australia) with her depth and breadth of work experience relating to strategy, change management, and design thinking to encourage multidisciplinary cross-pollination in theory and practice and to guide the creation/curation of intelligent, sustainable, and flourishing environments for all.

Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits, Writing, Mentoring, Expert comment