Anna joined Nelson Byrd Woltz as a Designer in June of 2019 after receiving a Master of Landscape Architecture from the City College of New York, where she was awarded the Comprehensive Studio Prize in recognition of academic and design excellence, the ASLA-NY Honor Award for academic excellence, and the ASLA-NY Designing in the Public Realm Scholarship. Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science with a focus in Ecological Design from the University of Vermont. Prior to joining NBW, she was a Landscape Fellow at the Gowanus Canal Conservancy in Brooklyn, New York. Anna brings an interest in using design as a tool for building social infrastructure and inspiring environmental stewardship for more inclusive, resilient, and adaptive places to live. Recent projects at NBW include the Hudson Yards Public Square and Gardens and ongoing implementation of the Georgia Tech Eco-Commons.