With several years of experience wearing multiple hats, Tiffany joined the dwg. team with a broad perspective of the discipline. Rooted in responsiveness and drawing from prior experience in project management, she prioritizes the merging of contradictory challenges into cohesive solutions. Accordingly, her work reflects a firm commitment to reconciling pragmatics with the idealistic bits of life. With an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Texas, both halves of her brain — and even her Texas rivalries — are decidedly balanced.
Professionally, she has enjoyed the privilege of presenting San Antonio’s expanding Low Impact Development design efforts at the EPA Region 6 Stormwater Conference in Fort Worth and serves as an officer for the South Texas Section of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Serving community schools and other local groups needing a hand here and there is a priority she continues to balance. Sharing is caring, after all! With a couple of boys, a couple of dogs, and a whole lot of irons in the fire, if you can’t find Tiffany at her usual spot in the hill country with a tool belt, she might be hiding in a hammock with a book.