Katherine is a landscape architect with a strong interest in creating public spaces that integrate social and ecological processes. Her background in history contributes to her design sensitivity in cultural landscape preservation and interpretation. Her writing on urban design has been published in Metropolis magazine’s POV blog and her previous work with The Battery Conservancy has given her an adept understanding of how to successfully navigate design and construction in the New York public realm. In 2014, Katherine received a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia, where she was a recipient of the Benjamin C. Howland Fellowship and the ASLA Certificate of Merit. She currently serves as co-chair of the Programs Committee for ASLA-NY.