Junior Landscape Designer
Agata is a dedicated landscape designer interested in a broad-based approach to environmental stewardship. In addition to working with Indigenous youth community consultations with the Métis Nation Government in British Columbia, she has extensive experience working with diverse populations in the non-profit sector. To strengthen her approach in designing impactful and inclusive landscapes, Agata has received training in conflict resolution, crisis prevention, cultural diversity, and accessibility-related issues. She received her graduate degree in landscape architecture from the University of Toronto where she earned several awards, including the Daniels Faculty Design Prize and the American Society and Landscape Architects (ASLA) Award of Merit. Agata also holds an undergraduate degree in environmental design from OCADU.