Roxanne received her master's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Washington. In her graduate career, Roxanne participated in community engagement and design workshops in Italy and Cambodia focused on public health initiatives. Roxanne has also pursued independent research into the role of landscape architecture in urban air quality, and was awarded the Valle Scholarship which supported this research in Scandinavia.
As an intern at Site Workshop, Roxanne produced an analysis of the Denny Triangle neighborhood which uncovered the lack of public open spaces and produced a series of proposals for underutilized space in the public right-of-way. In her free time Roxanne maintains a ceramic sculpture practice, and pursues bike touring and backpacking all over Washington.