Cristina Bejarano is part of WRT’s community resilience and adaptation planning practice. She is a certified planner with over 12 years of cumulative experience in landscape architecture, architecture, urban design, and environmental planning. She has worked at a wide range of scales from environmental and campus master planning, to place-making and architectural design. Each project contributes to the overarching goal of promoting sustainable development through the design of active neighborhoods and vibrant ecological systems rooted in social equity and climate resiliency.
Recent projects include the San Francisco Bay Trail Risk Assessment and Adaptation Prioritization Plan, the San Lorenzo Creekway Master Plan, and the Bothin Marsh Adaptation Project.