Lisa Ditschun, MArch
Lisa oversees a program portfolio focused on Evergreen’s national children’s programs and the revitalization of greenspaces such as Toronto’s Don River Valley Park. Her work is driven by a belief in evidence-based solutions that respond to identified and understood needs. Lisa’s work achieves this by placing a strong focus on inclusivity and ensuring that Evergreen’s programs are co-developed by the people they serve. Lisa has a range of multi-disciplinary experiences ranging from sustainable architecture, to cognitive psychology, to urban design and planning, and more.
Lisa has a BA from the University of Guelph and a Master’s of Architecture from the University of British Columbia.