Jackeline Menjivar

Jacky, (short for Jackeline), is part of the growing Architectural Staff at Glenn Partners. Jacky was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, where she has lived all her life, but enjoys traveling back to her parents’ hometowns in Mexico and Honduras. As a first-generation college graduate, she received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design with a Minor in Urban and Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2020. That same year, she decided to pursue Architecture and received her degree for her Masters in Architecture in 2023, also from UTA. In her free time, she likes to explore new places around DFW and is always on the search for the next trendy coffee shop. She enjoys watching drama movies, listening to music, reading, and being out in nature.

Jackeline Menjivar
“Less but better.” - Dieter Rams

During Jacky’s time at Glenn|Partners, she has been working with partner Greg Estes and Jennifer Craddock on Lewisville ISD’s Griffin Middle School, Independence Elementary School, Killian Middle School, Lakeland Elementary School, Lamar Middle School, Arbor Creek Middle School, Garden Ridge Elementary School, and Morning Side Elementary School. Wow! That’s a lot of projects Jacky!

To learn even more about Jacky, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food


Favorite Movie

Cinema Paradiso

Favorite Music

Anything Taylor Swift

Most Exotic Place Visited

Como, Italy

Happy Place

With Family

Favorite Hobby

Photography, Journaling, Music

Favorite Architect

Carlo Scarpa

Favorite Building

Kimbell Art Museum

What Inspires You


Fun Fact

I can’t go a day without coffee!

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

In school, I’ve always been interested in practical as well as creative subjects such as math and art. I believe Architecture is an extensive blend of that. As a child, I admired my grandfather’s masonry work and intrigued me to think about the built environment ever since.

Favorite Quote or Saying

“The only true wisdom is knowing you know nothing.”