While at Texas Tech, she completed 2 years of minor studies in Horticulture, focusing on the processes of developing hybrid plant materials and the various methods and techniques involved in plant propagation. Throughout her time at Texas Tech, Mrs. Cline actively participated as an officer in the Student American Society of Landscape Architecture (SASLA) and was involved in many workshops and educational events. Mrs. Cline also studied a semester in the College of Architecture at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. There she gained invaluable experience in cultural diversities of design and architecture.
Mrs. Cline is currently pursuing becoming a licensed professional Landscape Architect, focusing on specialization studies in Land Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Design. This focus will compliment her work at Land Strategies, Inc., and as a superior graphic designer. Additionally, Mrs. Cline has extensive knowledge and understanding of the inventory and analysis of natural features, with particular attention to organization of communities as they relate to amenities, geographic features, the environment and other physical and social influences.
Mrs. Cline began working with Land Strategies, Inc. in 2012. Prior to that she worked at a Professional Landscape Architecture firm as an intern. Her duties include the preparation of Preliminary Plats and Site Development Plans, Master Plans, as well as preparation of landscape architecture plans, sections, and elevations, construction documents, and presentation graphics. Her attention to detail and strong work ethic make her a valued member of the Land Strategies team.