Lisa is a Senior Planner and member of the Planning Group at BMROSS. Her work at BMROSS focuses on providing guidance and assistance on a wide range of planning and infrastructure projects for municipal clients. This often includes leading Municipal Class Environmental Assessments for water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure. She is also often involved in larger, Master Plan studies for infrastructure systems, incorporating environmental and planning considerations with technical evaluations and leading consultation efforts. Often Lisa is called upon to facilitate public input and review, First Nation and Métis community consultation, and discussions with local and provincial review agencies. Lisa takes a special interest in the design and presentation of information, utilizing any chance she gets to incorporate graphical elements into her work.
Born, raised, and residing in Bruce County, Lisa shares and appreciates the sense of community and place that comes from living in a rural area. Her understanding of the unique opportunities and challenges at a local level is reflected in her approach to planning studies, development charges and other municipal and planning studies.
Outside of the office, she enjoys slo-pitch, hurrying hard on the curling rink, kayaking, spending time at the family farm, and volunteering her time and baking skills for the Ripley Fall Fair.