With a background in landscape architecture, planning, research, and facilitation, Tiffany uses a variety of tools to tackle transportation issues in the built environment. She focuses on conceptual urban design related to transit corridors, active transportation, transit-oriented development, and campus planning. As a designer, Tiffany strives to honor each community’s unique sense of place and reflect the lived experiences of the people who live there. She specializes in crafting compelling graphics that help people imagine how potential changes will look and feel in their daily lives. At all stages of the process, she prioritizes close collaboration with other planning, design, and engineering disciplines to ensure community desires make it into final design. Tiffany believes that shifting transportation behaviors is critical to confronting the climate crisis and that it can be done in a way that is just, beautiful, and joyful.