Smita Naik, Master Candidate Architecture
Smita holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from University of Pune, India. She brings five years of professional architectural experience with a strong understanding of design, execution and service delivery process. Smita is skilled in the application of sustainable building practices and LEED Ratings system under the US and India Green Building Council.
Andrew is a third year City and Regional Planning minoring in sustainable environments at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. He enjoys the fields of low impact development, stormwater
management, and urban design.
Tim McGarvey, 3rd year City and Regional Planning
Tim is a fourth year City and Regional Planning major and is minoring in Real Property Development. Tim brings a variety of educational background and professional experience to the team, having transferred into planning from Computer Science and holding internships in the fields of marketing, long range planning, and landscape architecture. He plans on pursuing a career in or construction and real estate development.
Cameron Anvari, 3rd year Business Administration
Cameron is currently concentrating in Accounting, and minoring in Spanish and Economics. After earning a M.S. in Accounting and passing the CPA exam, he would like to utilize his education to pursue a career in personal finance or in the non-profit sector.
Nuri is a third year City and Regional Planning student and has a passion for land use regulation and site-specific development standards. She enjoys solving complex urban planning problems and hopes to pursue a career in long-range planning in the City of Los Angeles.
Brian Harrington, Master's Candidate City and Regional Planning
Brian is a second year graduate student in City and Regional Planning concentrating in urban design and transportation. He has an undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Michigan, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and brings professional experience in capital construction, campus and environmental planning and sustainability. He is a pursuing a career in land use and transportation planning.
Emily Gerger is a fourth year City and Regional Planning student minoring in Sustainable Environments and Art History. She enjoys public outreach and community based design. She has a growing interest in affordable housing, public health, sustainable design, and international development.