Newsletter | Jan/Feb 2009
New Steering Committee member: Carolyne Orazi
Carolyne graduated from the University of Washington in June 2006 with a degree in landscape architecture. Along with her degree she completed a two year program on Restoration Ecology at the University of Washington's College of Forestry. While in school she also completed two student internships and served as the student representative for the Associated Students of the University of Washington's Campus Landscape Advisory Committee, 2005-2006. She was also privileged to participate with a select group of six students from UW who went to Japan to compete in an International Student Garden Design Competition and won the Best Design Award.
Carolyne worked for a firm in San Francisco on urban infill projects. She is a volunteer with Golden Gate National Parks working on the early detection of invasive plant species. As a Wildlife volunteer with East Bay Regional Parks, she is monitoring the activities of various species under environmental protection.
As our new OWA Steering Committee member, Carolyne would like to work on the newsletter and be our new editor.