Katherine Holmok is a licensed Landscape Architect in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. She oversees the coordination of a diverse team comprising engineers, planners, scientists, and landscape architects. This team is dedicated to addressing clean water concerns in lakes and streams, while also creating spaces for people to engage with these environments. Her background spans national park designs to multi-county urban plans. Katherine has a wealth of experience crafting plans that seamlessly integrate elements such as art, gateways, pedestrian pathways, multi-modal traffic solutions, stormwater control, complete street concepts, and smart growth strategies. She also teaches Green Stormwater Infrastructure at Case Western Reserve University in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and has written over $15.9 million dollars in successful grants. Katherine is a practical optimist, devising feasible and financially viable phased solutions that result in beloved outdoor spaces, perfect for creating lasting generational memories.