Kellie Dziedzic


Ms. Dziedzic is an Associate Planner for The Urban Collaborative (UC), where she has practiced since 2015. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon, Ms. Dziedzic’s love for the Pacific Northwest, including its cities, parks, and openspaces shaped her understanding of quality urban design, high-performance landscapes, and holistic openspace management.

Since joining the UC, Kellie has facilitated and contributed to the publication of numerous federal and municipal projects ranging from regional master plans to district sustainability plans across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Her expertise lies in sustainable planning, public engagement, and computer-aided design. This breadth of experience extends to her involvement with multiple national award-winning projects for Design, Comprehensive Master Plans, Urban Design Plans, and Sustainability Component Plans.

Prior to joining the UC, Ms. Dziedzic specialized in creating regionally appropriate Cascadian Style gardens and landscapes, and managed water conservation initiatives to inform, educate, and assist with efficient water use and conservation. She holds the LEED AP ND credential for professionals participating in the design and development of neighborhoods that meet accepted high levels of environmentally responsible, sustainable development for the U.S. Green Building Council.