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Ujijji Davis, ASLA, Introduces Girls to Landscape Architecture Through

Ujijji Davis CareerGirls invited ASLA member and Diversity Summit leader Ujijji Davis, ASLA, to speak about landscape architecture, working in a design office, academic requirements, and possible career tracks. Davis’ work supports a growing movement within the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) community to inspire girls’ futures and help them envision their place in the world. 

Davis is a landscape architect who focuses on design and planning efforts based in Detroit. Her work includes landscape, urban design, master planning, and strategic implementation. A passion for authentic community engagement and research drives her career in urban planning. Her research includes topics on anti-displacement, vernacular landscapes, and the relationship between arts and the economic success of cities. 

Landscape architecture is one of 17 Career Clusters featured on, a comprehensive video-based career exploration tool for girls founded on the dream that every girl around the world has access to diverse and accomplished women role models to learn from their experiences and discover their own path to empowerment. will make the full interview available soon.

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