As co-editor of this site, Eliza is delighted to help disseminate and articulate this elusive, nervy iteration of our profession. Her dance and performance training instilled the belief that participatory and revelatory experience can transform our relationships with the environment and one another. From this perspective, she seeks to integrate ecological processes, resource management, and socio-economic needs into the design of resilient, creative, and adaptable land use systems. She grew up in New York City and Kansas, and graduated from Oberlin in art. Eliza holds master’s degrees in landscape architecture and city planning from the University of Pennsylvania.