I am a Buffalo, NY native with a background in sustainable land management. My undergraduate degree in philosophy is from Buffalo State College and my two master's degrees in landscape architecture and regional planning are from Cornell University. I have work experience in economic development, land use planning, geographic information systems analysis, and landscape design. My primary research interests involve environmental planning in an urban systems context.
My work involves the analysis of ecological resources in the City of Buffalo and the study of revealed preferences related to these assets. I look forward to communicating results with the general public and hope the work will foster greater discourse on environmental public goods.
American Society of Landscape Architects, ASLA
American Planning Association, APA
Ecological Landscape Alliance, ELA
Northeast Organic Farming Association, NOFA