Courtney is a Professional Landscape Architect with more than 17 years of experience on a variety of urban healthcare, office, mixed-use, streetscape, and campus design projects.
Her goals for the 2020-21 term as NCASLA president include numerous opportunities for members, with considerations for COVID. Planned events include continuing education webinars, a weeklong virtual Advocacy Blitz with legislators, a hike in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and a virtual Awards Gala with in-person screening events. Courtney also plans new initiatives, namely a Landscape Architecture in the Schools program for K-12 students and a mentorship program for North Carolina A&T University landscape architecture students.
Courtney’s background includes a long history of service to ASLA in Washington state and North Carolina. She served as the Washington chapter’s president and Conference Chair, in addition to a national role as the Presidents Council chair. In North Carolina, Courtney was NCASLA President-elect before stepping into the top leadership role.
Courtney graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. WithersRavenel congratulates Courtney on her important new leadership role with NCASLA!
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