Asa Magdanz
Asa grew up between Cambridge, Massachusetts and Martha’s Vineyard. Asa is interested in how landscape architecture can help impact climate change both by creating sustainable built environments and by mitigating its negative effects. He is also interested in the connection between climate change and international security, and his previous research includes algal blooms in Massachusetts estuaries, how economic incentives can prevent biodiversity loss and poaching, and the impact of water insecurity on Iraq.

Asa received a Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Civilizations and Societies from Boston College. He earned a Graduate Certificate in International Security at Harvard University. Prior to joining MVVA, he worked at Maryann Thompson Architects in Watertown, Massachusetts.

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