OverviewIn 2008, Cleveland Design Competition: interPLAY asked entrants to illustrate a vision for intergenerational recreation along the multipurpose pathway at the northern terminus of West 65th Street in the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood of Cleveland.
+ Masters of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, Utah State University
+ Bachelor of Arts, Geography, University of Cincinnati
+ Cuyahoga Valley Initiative for Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, lead consultant responsible for team development and management of initial planning stage to develop a transformational regeneration strategy based on principles of sustainability for the Cuyahoga River Valley of northeast Ohio.
+ LEAP, Lake Erie Alleghany Partnership for Biodiversity – development of plan and a fund within a regional partnership focused on biodiversity within northeast Ohio. The plan focuses on defining a regional agenda for biodiversity with implementation strategy for conservation objectives. The fund is established through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
+ Adjunct Faculty Kent State University, Department of Architecture, Urban Ecology, graduate level class
+ City of Cleveland, Division of Research, Planning and Development
+ Design Workshop Inc., Aspen, Colorado, Environmental Planning, Landscape Architecture Firm
+ Utah State University, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, Teaching Assistant