Jane Futrell Winslow is a doctoral candidate and Sustainable Cities Fellow in Community and Regional Planning. A landscape architect and certified planner with extensive practice experience throughout the United States, Jane’s professional contributions are clearly multifaceted and substantive. Her passion and purpose are deeply rooted in the responsible stewardship of public lands – promoting community identity and values, protecting our natural resources, and preserving a legacy of responsible land management to be carried forward for future generations. Her research interests include environmental planning and design, healing environments, historic preservation, and urban ecology. Most recently, her research addresses the intersection of public health and public space in the development of healthy sustainable communities. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky, and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Kansas State University. In 2011, she was selected for the American Society of Landscape Architects Council of Fellows in recognition of her professional accomplishments.