Roxanne Glick, Associate ASLA, Associate
Roxanne is passionate about designing places that enable community wellbeing and help restore the environment. She contributes to project teams with an analytical approach, PNW plant knowledge, construction experience, graphic abilities, and when needed, writing. Her graphic work bridges the spectrum of CAD technologies and illustrative drawings. Roxanne has pursued her life-long interest in understanding how cities have come to be the way they are through a bachelor degree in Urban Studies and an Urban Design Certificate along with her Master of Landscape Architecture. She brings this interest into her design work by drawing inspiration from a project’s deep context and projecting how it will affect the city in years to come. Her systems thinking approach adds value to projects in the realms of project efficiency, resiliency, and social justice.
Always working toward collective liberation (the opposite of oppression), Roxanne is a graduate of the affordable housing focused Leadership Development Survey Course with the Housing Development Consortium and the Pomegranate Center training on community engagement.