Jane Weinzapfel is an overseer of The Boston Architectural College. She served as BSA Representative to the BAC Board of Trustees for three years. Before her appointment as BSA Representative, she was elected to the first group of overseers, serving in that capacity from 2000–2007.
Jane served as past president of the Boston Society of Architects, and she is a trustee for Boston By Foot. Jane previously taught architecture at MIT's School of Architecture and Planning and has been Visiting Critic at the University of Arizona's School of Architecture.
Her Boston-based design firm, Leers Weinzapfel Associates, has won many honors. Leers Weinzapfel Associates was recognized with the national AIA Firm Award in 2007, winning national attention for its refined modernist architecture, exemplified by such critically acclaimed works as the Transit Operations Control Center for Boston, the Youth Recreation Center in Mattapan, and the MIT School of Architecture and Planning. The firm's design for the Chiller Plant at the University of Pennsylvania received a P/A Architecture Awards Citation and national AIA Honor Award.