Monica Way ASLA

Associate Principal 
Business Development Director

Monica Way

Passionate about the built environment and its impact on cities and equity, Monica Way is a business developer, strategist, and activist with more than 20 years of experience in the allied design professions. She has built a career working with firms to create a more just and sustainable world through achieving higher levels of market and practice. Her leadership positions in the public, non-profit, and private sectors affords her a depth of experience and keen understanding of client needs to define business development strategies for a winning outcome. She is a published writer and the recipient of numerous awards including UC Berkeley’s Geraldine Knight Scott Fellowship, an ASLA Honor Award in Communications, as well as a Bright Ideas in Government Award from Harvard University’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Monica holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley, a Bachelor of Arts in the History of Activism & Social Change from New College, and a certificate from the Untraining White Liberal Racism program. Monica is based in our San Francisco studio.