Alma Du Solier is a Principal at Populous with a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of California Berkeley and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores in Monterrey, Mexico. She has worked as the lead designer for a wide range of efforts, from urban parks and streetscape projects to large development communities. Alma employs a unique multidisciplinary design approach due to her strong background in both landscape design and architecture, and her interest in collaboration and on the meaningful integration of design with site and culture. Her experience includes significant projects in the Bay Area such as the Ocean Beach Master Plan and Pier 70’s Crane Cove Park Master Plan, as well as projects in Mexico, China, the Philippines and Saudi Arabia. She is a recurrent lecturer at the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at the College of Environmental Design in UC Berkeley and a Board Member of the Center for Architecture and Design in San Francisco.