Sana is an enthusiastic young designer. She brings to Ground Reconsidered a wide spectrum of experience gained as a designer, research assistant, environmental educator and volunteer for a number of social and environmental organizations. She is particularly interested in the development of spaces that are publicly accessible and the relationship between plants and the urban environment. When not working she can be found tending her vegetable garden.
Sana attended Temple University where she received a BA in Environmental Studies & Geography. She completed her graduate studies at Clemson University and earned a Master of Landscape Architecture degree.