Tina is a landscape architect at the National Capital Commission (NCC). She has been exploring innovative design techniques to enhance pollinator and wildlife habitats while adapting to our constantly changing climate pattern.
Tina is also responsible for the Christmas Lights Across Canada program which promotes winter usage of open spaces in the city. She became a National Judge of Communities in Bloom in 2016, a non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility, and beautification through community involvement.
In her leisure time, she likes to experiment with new cultivars, hybrids, and combinations of plants in her garden. She enjoys painting, soap-making, photography, playing board games with family and friends, trying out new recipes in the kitchen, and taking a walk in the Greenbelt observing wildlife.