Betsy Anderson Associate ASLA

National Park Service

Betsy Anderson, Associate ASLA, is a landscape architect for the National Park Service in Seattle, where she provides technical support in design and planning to parks along the West Coast and in the Pacific Islands. In 2014 she completed a master of landscape architecture from the University of Washington, receiving the Graduate School Distinguished Thesis Award and a 2015 ASLA student honor award for her thesis on Dumbarton Oaks Park.  She has held landscape history fellowships with the National Trust in Britain, served as the garden historian for Edith Wharton’s estate in Massachusetts, and writes for Landscape Architecture Magazine.