I was first drawn to landscape architecture due to its perfect blend of science and creativity. Promoting equitable, sustainable and healthy places is very important to me. Designing active transportation has proven to be a rewarding and inspiring way to improve the daily lives of all individuals by creating pleasant, functional and safe environments to live, work and recreate.
Jill Roszel has experience working on a wide range of planning and design projects, with a background in master planning, urban revitalization and campus planning. More recently her work has focused on trail design, nature play, parks planning and wayfinding projects. She also has been involved extensively with public engagement processes, including facilitating community workshops and design charrettes. Jill graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in Landscape Architecture and a BS in Horticulture. She received her Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Portland State University.