Grace Ng, Student ASLA

Grace Ng, Student ASLA, is a master's of landscape architecture graduate student at The City College of New York. She is currently with the National Park Service Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation for a three-month Designing the Parks summer internship, a program that aims to reinvigorate the design of national parks and bolster the service’s role as a leader in public park design. Grace serves as the team leader for the Designing the Parks team, focusing on landscape planning and management on Peddocks Island.

While at City College, Grace was also a team member for the college’s award-winning studio project for
the Parks for People design competition held in 2012.

Grace previously interned with the National Park Service Denver Service Center last summer and worked on Gateway National Park and the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site.

Prior to studying landscape architecture, Grace worked in market research and holds a bachelor of science in policy
analysis and management from Cornell University.