BLA, OALA, CSLA, MPP
Landscape Architectural Technician
Tania graduated with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph and is a full member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA). Tania has worked for over five years as a Landscape Architectural Technician and Landscape Planner, executing design and project administration tasks for parks, streetscapes, urban developments and community design projects.
Tania recently completed a Master of Public Policy at the Graduate School of Governance Studies at Meiji University in Tokyo, Japan. Tania returned to school to pursue her interest in policy and program interventions that support accessibility and independence for elderly and handicapped populations, and thought that Japan-with the world’s most rapidly aging population-would be the best place to study this topic. While in Tokyo, she also worked as a Research Assistant for the Institute of Nonprofit and Public Management Studies.
Tania will continue to engage her keen interest in planning and accessibility by actively pursuing certification with the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI), and beginning a three year term as an active member of the Accessibility Advisory Committee for the City of Burlington. In her free time, Tania enjoys running and exploring different cultures, ideas and perspectives, whether at home or abroad.