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Cassandra Ann


Cassandra is a planner and landscape architect whose work spans a variety of scales and project types—from parks and nature-based playgrounds to strategic and comprehensive planning. Her involvement extends from initial design concepts to ribbon cuttings, and she has worked with a number of her clients to secure grants and additional funding for implementation.

Her work focuses on synthesizing social, economic, environmental, and cultural influences to create evidence-based, sustainable strategies for her clients. This is rooted in her extensive GIS and mapping skills, which she uses to showcase demographic and service area trends to inform the firm’s outreach, planning, and implementation strategies.

Cassandra is passionate about participatory planning and bringing exciting and innovative public outreach strategies to her projects, especially those centered around emerging technologies. She holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Ball State University and is involved in the Illinois sections of both the American Planning Association and the American Society for Landscape Architects.