Landscape architecture is the art and science of designing space in a way that creates meaningful connections. Our work brings people together, connects people to nature, and respects natural systems and the impact these systems have on our lives.

Today’s social, cultural, and environmental pressures are demonstrating the need for holistic solutions and have created a tipping point for the value of our work. The training, expertise, and experience of landscape architects have positioned the profession to take advantage of this climate.

The connections we make now will enable us to expand our recognition and influence. Our responsibility is to tell our story, to advocate for the profession, and to ensure our role in shaping our communities.

Philadelphia is the perfect setting, at the perfect time, for the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO. This city is famous for bringing bright minds together to accomplish the remarkable. Its mix of reverence toward history, recognition of current challenges, and hope for a better future is an inspiration to the changing world in which we find ourselves.

Benjamin Franklin said, “The noblest question in the world is, ‘What good may I do in it?’” Landscape architects have a lot of answers to that question and see the future that is shaped by the profession as a better world.

Let’s come together in Philadelphia to share our knowledge and wisdom, gain new perspectives, and energize our profession!

Gregory A. Miller, FASLA, PLA

ASLA Annual Meeting Education Advisory Committee

Greg Miller, FASLA
Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Ltd.

Shawn Kelly, FASLA
Kelly Design Group, LLC & University of Wisconsin, Madison

José Almiñana, FASLA
Andropogon Associates, Ltd.

Robert Berg, ASLA
Design Workshop-Denver

Bradley Cantrell, ASLA
University of Virginia School of Architecture

Chad Danos, FASLA
Duplantis Design Group, PC

Christopher Della Vedova, ASLA

Todd Hill, ASLA

Mark Hough, FASLA
Duke University

Janelle Johnson, ASLA
Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects

Tim Orlando, ASLA
Sawyer Berson Architecture & Landscape Architecture, LLP

David Rubin, ASLA
DAVID RUBIN Land Collective

Peter Simone, FASLA
Sawyer Berson Architecture & Landscape Architecture, llp

Chip Trageser, FASLA
The Office of James Burnett

Susan Van Atta, FASLA
Van Atta Associates, Inc.

Ramiro Villalvazo, FASLA
Ramiro Villalvazo Consulting

Thaisa Way, ASLA
University of Washington

Susan Weiler, FASLA

Ernest Wong, FASLA
Site Design Group, Ltd.

Pennsylvania/Delaware Host Chapter Leaders

Host Chapter Co-Chairs
Peter Simone, FASLA
Susan Weiler, FASLA

Field Sessions Co-Chairs
Susan Mattison, ASLA
Anna Wik, ASLA

ASLA/ACE Mentor Program Legacy Project Co-Chairs
Kimberlee Douglas
William Tamburro

Host Chapter Booth Co-Chairs
Ann Marchino,ASLA
Rachel Sclan Vahey, ASLA

Publicity Committee

Kim Davies, ASLA
Jayne Spector, ASLA
Laura E. Stedenfeld, AFFILIATE ASLA