Kathleen Kambic is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of New Mexico. Her research focuses around marginalized urban spaces, water quantity and quality in cities, and accessibility of water infrastructure to citizens through the lenses of landscape theory, political ecology, and intersectionality. Kathleen has most recently contributed a chapter entitled “Urban Water Visibility in Los Angeles: legibility and access for all” to the edited volume, A Political Ecology of Women, Water, and Global Environmental Change (2015).
Kathleen has previously taught at the University of Colorado Boulder Program in Environmental Design and is a Faculty Affiliate with the Center of the American West. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2005 with a Master of Architecture and a Master of Landscape Architecture. She has worked professionally at Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects in Charlottesville, VA and EDAW/AECOM in Denver, CO. She is a member of the AAG, CELA, EDRA and ACSA.