As a Landscape Architect and Ecologist, Emily's experience on complex projects allows her to be a valuable asset for teams who are collaborating to create responsive, authentic, and inspiring places. Her passion for creating high-performance landscapes are reflected in her roles as LAF Education Committee member, Penn State Stuckeman School Board member, and Associate Professor at NC State University. She recently completed the LATIS publication, A Landscape Performance + Metrics Primer, and has received national ASLA research and planning awards for her work. Emily holds a Master of Landscape Architecture, ESRI GIS certificates, and a B.S. in Ecology.