Zoe Kasperzyk 


Zoe’s enthusiasm for equitable design stems from years of engagement, interaction, and observation while working as a public space manager for the Seattle Parks Department. Her interests in art, history, and ecology all play a role in her collaborative and interdisciplinary approach that aims to design impactful public spaces that connect people with their surroundings and each other. Above all, she strives to create landscapes that will grow and change alongside the living systems of our cities.


Zoe holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Urban Studies from Bard College.