Jane Greenwood AIA, LEED AP Managing Principal, Kostow Greenwood Architects Jane Greenwood is an architect, mentor and advocate. She is a leader in the preservation of buildings in New York City including 109 Prince Street, Hudson Theater and the Nevelson Chapel. She is recognized as a leading architect/designer for broadcast centers including Verizon Media, SiriusXM and CNN. Her firm is also involved with the expansion of the Apollo Performing Arts Center in Harlem. As an advocate, Greenwood continues to speak on behalf of equality in the workplace for women, minorities and the LGBTQ community. Having co-founded OLGAD (Organization of Lesbian + Gay Architects and Designers) in the 1990s, Greenwood is recognized as a pioneer in the struggle for visibility in the architecture profession for under-represented individuals and their contributions, most notably leading to the formation of the New York City LGBT Historic Sites Project. Recognition for Greenwood includes OUT magazine's annual OUT 100 and New York Business Journal's "Woman of Influence".