Mrs. Brown is an assistant project manager in B&D’s Washington, D.C. office, where she utilizes skills in design and project management to facilitate the research and analysis of planning and implementation projects. Currently, Mrs. Brown is engaged in the Baltimore City Public Schools’ 21st Century School Buildings Program. A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture, she initially joined B&D as a project intern in 2012, working on the $4 billion D.C. Public Schools Stabilization & Modernization project. Seeking to gain a better understanding of the natural and built environment and the impact that they have on communities, Mrs. Brown began pursuing a Master’s degree from Cornell University in Landscape Architecture with an emphasis on community planning and urban design. She conducted extensive research on the 2011 earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and how it affected the economic, social, environmental, and cultural sense of place, which has become her masters thesis. Prior to joining B&D full time, Mrs. Brown worked as a freelance graphic designer.