Kirsten Negus is a licensed Landscape Architect with over 12 years of experience with Bay Area landscape architecture projects, including urban parks, trails, campuses, and streetscapes. She holds a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from U.C. Berkeley, a certificate in urban horticulture from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and is a Bay-Friendly Qualified Professional.
With a background in marketing, Kirsten has written multiple grant applications that have resulted in over $10 million allocated to Bay Area cities for park development.
Kirsten enjoys managing projects that utilize design to reflect, honor, and protect the surrounding natural landscape and local cultural context.