As an emerging heritage professional in Toronto, Angela provides site research and coordinates various heritage assessment projects at ERA. Her specific interest lies in how we incorporate community understanding into cultural heritage evaluations and the interpretation of our environment. Prior to joining ERA, Angela earned a diploma in heritage conservation from Willowbank School, building upon a bachelor’s degree in Urban and Environmental Studies from the University of Toronto.
Angela brings a cultural landscape approach to the heritage planning process, and draws on holistic methods for understanding the interrelationships between natural, built, and intangible heritage. As an active member of ICOMOS Canada, she contributes her time to facilitating the ongoing “National Conversation on Cultural Landscape”, which aims to connect practitioners across Canada working within this topic of inquiry.