Liz is a Landscape Designer at SCAPE, based in our New Orleans office. Influenced by her experiences living in Louisiana , her work has centered around designing responsive forms of infrastructure in rapidly changing environments, specifically working with communities facing managed retreat due to climate change. She is currently a designer on the Chattahoochee RiverLands Greenway Study and contributes to various other resiliency projects throughout the Southeast.
Liz earned her Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia where she received the ASLA Certificate of Honor and was named the 2018 National Graduate Olmsted Scholar by the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF). She is currently continuing her research as fellow in the 2019 LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership. Liz also holds a Bachelor of Science in International Agriculture and Rural Development from Cornell University.