MLA, OALA, CSLA
Nina is a registered Landscape Architect with a diverse background in landscape design and planning practice. Having worked in the private sector since 2007, she has extensive experience in providing landscape architectural design and administration services for a wide variety of projects that span public and private settings, including institutional and commercial properties, multifamily developments and private residences, environmental restoration, public parks, heritage sites and streetscapes. Nina joined MHBC in 2018, where she is involved in all stages of project development and management, and consults on the development of urban design guidelines, community master plans, and cultural heritage landscape management. Nina has also served as an instructor and guest lecturer for university planning and landscape architecture courses, and actively participates as a guest speaker at conferences and guest panels on subjects relating to landscape design, green infrastructure, and climate adaptation.
Nina holds a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph and a Bachelors degree (honours) in Fine Art from Oberlin College, Ohio. She is a full member (with seal) of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA) and member of the Canadian Association of Landscape Architects (CSLA).