T33 Cassandra Cummings
Cassandra is an experienced biologist, with a background in aquatic ecology and water quality. She completed her Masters of Biology from Queen’s University researching the effects of climate change on algal communities in freshwater lakes in the Adirondacks.
She graduated with her Masters of Science in Planning from UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning, focusing on Environmental and Natural Resource Planning. Prior to joining Diamond Head, she was working with the City of Vancouver to better understand patterns of water quality and E. coli concentrations in False Creek.
Her most recent work includes environmental assessments, Riparian Areas Regulation assessments, environmental planning, and urban forest strategies. In her spare time Cassandra enjoys hiking, reading, and scuba diving.