Landscape Architectural Designer & Healthy Communities Liaison
Tracy Wyman is a designer with the GCCDS, and a Fellow, Natural Resources Leadership Institute (UF / IFAS). She received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Florida in 2013, minoring in Sustainability in the Built Environment. Her studies focused on water resources and community engagement, while professional practice has provided experience in the design of public spaces that incorporate sustainable design and nature-based play.
Her personal and academic travels to Central America and Southeast Asia have contributed deeply to her interest in understanding cultural and natural resource perspectives-- the catalyst of her passion for thoughtful and truly sustainable design that is both ecologically functional and culturally meaningful, being inclusive of community in the process.
She enjoys bringing visibility to natural systems through design that artfully inspires and promotes health and restoration of the human-nature relationship.