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Education Session - Panel Format

FRI-D02 - A Framework for Equity: From Process to Product

Friday, October 19
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 119


Equity has been around since the sustainability movement, as one of the three Es, but remains ill-defined and is often poorly executed. This panel explores a framework that addresses process to product to elevate our understanding of equity, how to design for it, and how to get paid for it.

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Courtney H. Landoll, ASLA

Planning & Design Project Manager
Stewart, Inc.

Courtney has over 15 years experience and specializes in park and trail design and urban ecology. With her prior experience as a Parks for People Project Manager at the Trust for Public Land, she excels in community engagement of diverse populations and in assisting municipal clients to develop effective public private partnerships. Before joining Stewart, Inc, Courtney spent the last 13 years in Seattle, where she worked on parks, trails and nature preserves throughout the metro area. Courtney is a graduate of Virginia Tech and recently served in a national leadership role as Chapter Presidents Council Chair of the ASLA.


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Diana Fernandez, ASLA


Diana is an associate and landscape architect at Sasaki Associates and past chair of the national ASLA Emerging Professionals Committee. Diana’s work ranges from public parks and plazas to institutional landscapes, including recent work at the Port of Los Angeles and Carnegie Mellon University. She is passionate about creative place making, community engagement, social equity and sustainability. Diana received a bachelor’s degree from Temple University and served as a guest lecturer for Pennsylvania State and Temple universities. Diana's work has received numerous ASLA awards, including a national award of excellence in communications and an honor award in analysis and planning.


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Joy Kuebler, ASLA

President, CEO
Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect, PC

As President of Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect, PC, an award winning firm focusing on the human experience in the landscape, Joy has shared her experience of empowerment through play from the TEDx stage and recently launched PLAYCE, a community participation methodology rooted in play. She was honored as Distinguished Private Practitioner by NYUASLA Chapter and her firm as a Buffalo Fast Track Company. She is co-founder of Pop Up Park Buffalo and a partner in Enterprise Lumber and Silo, a brownfield redevelopment project. Joy is a graduate of Cornell University and the University at Buffalo’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership program.


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Rhiannon L. Sinclair, LEED GA

Urban Planner/Project Manager
Agency Landscape + Planning

Rhiannon Sinclair's work focuses on complex urban systems across multiple scales. She collaborates with communities to create vibrant park systems, connected riverfronts, and resilient cities using data-driven strategies to better understand and enhance complex urban relationships. Rhiannon has considerable experience communicating information to broad audiences to promote strong community exchange and empowerment within a planning process. In her work, she finds that the role of this type of exchange and master plan facilitation contribute to plans that are visionary, comprehensive, and implementable. Rhiannon holds degrees in city planning from the University of Pennsylvania and architecture from Philadelphia University.


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FRI-D02 - A Framework for Equity: From Process to Product

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