Jaline is a recent graduate of the Master’s in Landscape Architecture program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. As an avid artist, she is interested in the power of storytelling and the celebration of minority perspectives through a written and visual medium. During her time at the GSD, she served as co-chair for the 2019 Black in Design Conference and president of the African American Student Union. Jaline was recently named the GSD’s 2021 LAF Olmsted Scholar and 2020 CELA Fountain Scholar. Before attending Harvard, she spent three years working as a project architect and received her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Jaline believes that landscape architecture has the possibility to create more abundant and equitable communities through the stories we tell and legacies we build.