Allison Gramolini joined Dodson & Flinker after receiving a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2018. Her work in graduate school included designing accessible and nature-based play spaces, as well as resilient housing along urban waterfronts in Boston and New York, and urban design in Springfield, MA. Prior to graduate school, Allison was an outdoor educator at Echo Hill Outdoor School in Maryland and at Mass Audubon in Wellfleet Bay, and she led youth and community groups in ecological restoration projects in San Francisco’s Golden Gate National Parks. These experiences have informed her focus on designing spaces that are accessible and meaningful for people of all ages and abilities. Allison also holds a Master of Science in Ecological Design from the Conway School and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Geology from Colgate University.