Amy Kalpin is a landscape designer with an eye toward consensus-building for successful projects. In 15 years working in landscape architecture, she been involved in a wide range of project types and scales, including master planning and design guidelines, parks and trails, urban infill development, residential estates, as well as multi-family and on-podium landscapes. Amy takes pride in her balanced approach to project management, combining artistic design with sustainable practices and technical expertise. While overseeing the landcape construction for the Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability at Pitzer College, she is especially fulfilled to see early groundbreaking programming and sustainability goals come to fruition. She earned her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.