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    Policy Shaper: Q&A with David T. Tatsumi, ASLA 8/20/2018 Leave a Comment David T. Tatsumi, ASLA, is the president of Tatsumi and Partners, Inc.Interview was conducted on July 20, 2018 by Weywantheawy Kang and edited by Carlos Flores, ASLA.
  • Policy Shaper: Q&A with David T. Tatsumi, ASLA | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=54012
    Policy Shaper: Q&A with David T. Tatsumi, ASLA 8/20/2018 Leave a Comment David T. Tatsumi, ASLA, is the president of Tatsumi and Partners, Inc.Interview was conducted on July 20, 2018 by Weywantheawy Kang and edited by Carlos Flores, ASLA.
  • Policy Shaper: Q&A with Nette Compton, ASLA | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=53955
    Policy Shaper: Q&A with Nette Compton, ASLA. 8/6/2018 Leave a Comment. Nette Compton, ASLA, is deputy director of Parks for People at The Trust for Public Land. Interview was conducted by Aqsa Butt, Associate ASLA, SITES AP.

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  • Policy Shaper: Glenn Acomb, FASLA | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=48923
    Policy Shaper: Glenn Acomb, FASLA. 7/13/2016 Leave a Comment. Interviewed by Andrea Salo Weber, ASLA Background information:
  • Policy Shaper: Interview with Mark H. Hough, FASLA | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=53296
    Policy Shaper: Interview with Mark H. Hough, FASLA. 4/17/2018 Leave a Comment. Mark H. Hough, FASLA, is University Landscape Architect at Duke University. Interview was conducted by Om Khurjekar, ASLA. Q: Public sector versus private sector, what made you choose the public sector path when you were starting your career?
  • Step Right Up: Opportunities for ASLA Committee Service | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=57732
    The Policy Committee formulates ASLA policy on issues facing the profession and regularly review and update policies and stylistic formats. Terms are for two years and staggered to maintain continuity. ... s knowledge of public sector landscape architects by interviewing public design practitioners as part of the LAND Policy Shaper series and ...
  • Survey: Shaping the Political Landscape | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=57417
    Survey: Shaping the Political Landscape. ... we want to hear from you on what you think are the most important policy issues. The current federal priorities for 2019-2020 are transportation planning and design, stormwater management, community and national parks, ...
  • Opportunities for ASLA Committee Service | LAND
    www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=48669
    Policy Committee The Policy Committee formulates ASLA policy on matters of professional interest and concern and regularly reviews and updates ASLA public policy statements. Terms are for two years and staggered to maintain continuity. There is a significant amount of research involved, and writing skills are an asset to this committee.
  • ASLA and LAF Collaborate on “Landscape Architects as ...
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=49106
    Want to play a role in shaping national policy? The American Society of Landscape Architects and the Landscape Architecture Foundation will host Landscape Architects as Federal Leaders, a free webinar, on September 15, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. ET. Speakers will educate landscape architecture students and recent graduates about protecting ...
  • ASLA Celebrates Women's History Month | LAND
    https://www.asla.org/land/LandArticle.aspx?id=55050
    Shaping the Postwar Landscape: New Profiles from the Pioneers of the American Landscape Design Project by Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, and Scott Craver, eds. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2018) ASLA Presidents. 2019-2020 — Wendy Miller, FASLA; 2016-2017 — Vaughn B. Rinner, FASLA; 2011-2012 — Susan M. Hatchell, FASLA