Gresham Smith’s Jessica Lucyshyn Named to Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence List

April 22, 2020

Gresham Smith is proud to announce that Land Planning Executive Vice President and Market Vice President Jessica Lucyshyn, P.E., is one of the Nashville Business Journal’s 2020 Women of Influence. The annual award recognizes women in Middle Tennessee who are shaping their companies, improving the city’s business community and paving the way for the next generation of influential female leaders.

“Jessica is an exceptional business leader and role model who truly embodies Gresham Smith’s brand promise of genuine ingenuity,” said Al Pramuk, Chairman and CEO, Gresham Smith. “She leads by example in so many ways, with business savvy, mentoring others, advocating for the profession, adding value to the success of our clients and serving our community.  This recognition is well-deserved and I am so proud that the Nashville Business Journal is honoring the leadership and dedication Jessica exhibits every day.”

As the Executive Vice President and Market Vice President of the firm’s Land Planning market, Lucyshyn leads a team of civil engineers, landscape architects and planners in developing creative solutions that help grow livable communities. In her dual role she is not only responsible for the market’s day-to-day operations and providing professional growth opportunities for staff, but she also executes on a strategic vision for continued growth. She and her team have worked on some of Nashville’s most notable developments such as Dave Ramsey’s new headquarters in Franklin, the Fifth + Broadway development in the heart of downtown, as well as numerous parks, single-family neighborhoods and retail developments in the area.

As an industry advocate, Lucyshyn is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and shares her insights on smart site planning at conferences throughout the year. She also gives her time to Impact Nashville’s Ending the Cycle grant committee and serves as the President of the Page High School Athletic Booster Club.