Liza Meyer

Chief Landscape Architect at Boston Parks

Liza Meyer is Chief Landscape Architect with the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department. In this role, she directs park planning and design projects to expand access to high quality public parks throughout Boston. Her planning work ranges from overseeing individual park master plans to citywide open space planning initiatives that inform cross-agency work in open space acquisition, climate resilience, and urban forestry.

Prior to her time at Boston Parks, Liza worked for design firms in both Boston and Seattle. She received her BA in American Civilization and Native American Studies from the University of Pennsylvania, her MLA from the University of Washington, and is a registered landscape architect in Massachusetts.


Testing New Approaches to Climate Resilience in Parks

Monday, June 24
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM