Virtual LA CES™ Education Sessions

We are pleased to bring you live virtual learning opportunities and look forward to joining you and your team. Additional live events are in planning for 2024. Please sign-up for our E-NEWS to be alerted when new sessions become available.



Credits: 1.0 PDH-HSW (pending)
Speakers: Sarah Konradi PLA, ASLA |  Executive Director, Design Workshop Foundation
Jevon Taylor | Co-Founder, Green Dot Coalition and CEO, Green Spaces

Join Design Workshop Foundation and Denver-based Green Dot Coalition to learn how to unlock the full potential of green infrastructure through equity-centered project models. Our presenters will speak to the impact of leveraging community partnerships, reducing barriers to implementation, and mitigating green gentrification through innovative collaborations. This session will also introduce strategies and approaches to implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion principles in environmental initiatives and will provide valuable insights into past and future trends in environmental equity.

Learning objectives:
1. Understand how landscape architects can support community-based organizations in initiating, visioning, and moving responsive equity-centered community greening projects forward. 
2. Develop awareness of the importance of trust building in design and planning to advance resiliency solutions. 
3. Identify specific outcomes of capacity building where landscape architects and allied professionals can add value.
4. Describe the relationship between traditional practice and non-traditional practice models, and how leveraging partnerships with community-based organizations can support under-resourced projects.

Sarah Konradi PLA, ASLA
Executive Director | Design Workshop Foundation
Sarah Konradi, PLA, ASLA, is Executive Director of Design Workshop Foundation in Denver. Sarah has dedicated her career to developing and scaling evidence-based initiatives that advance equity in the built environment. She works to grow community partnerships that promote equitable development and resilience through pro-bono capacity building, design assistance and education.

Jevon Taylor
Co-Founder | Green Dot Coalition, CEO | Green Spaces
Jevon Taylor is the Co-Founder of the Green Dot Coalition and CEO of Green Spaces, a co-working, incubator marketplace and event space in Denver’s RiNO neighborhood that supports creatives, entrepreneurs and non-profits through lenses of social impact and economic sustainability. A Denver native, Jevon’s main passions lie in diversifying his impact within the Denver community by providing a platform to amplify the voices of local creators, spearheading various community development, environmental and educational programs.

Outside of running Green Spaces, Jevon has worked within multiple urban farming organizations, school districts, and now serves on various boards including the RiNo Art District’s Business Improvement District Board. Jevon’s main goal is to cultivate sustainable growth and positive change across the city for future generations.



We are welcoming a call for submissions for our Virtual LA CES™ Education Sessions.

Do you have a project, or a topic related to Landscape Architecture you would like to present to a national audience? Transform your research, ideas, and best practices into a presentation accredited by LA CES.

Our virtual webinars draw around 200-300 attendees for each session and provide amazing opportunities to learn from experts and peers on a wide variety of topics. If there are any topics or speakers you’d like to hear more from, let us know! We look forward to hearing from you.




The logo and word marks “LA CES” and “Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System” are a collaboration of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards, Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board, and the Landscape Architecture Foundation.

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