Mary A. Eveleigh

Mary A. Eveleigh

Mary is a second-year Master of City Planning student specializing in urban design. While attending Penn, Mary served as an intern with NYC Parks in New York, NY and the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, in Philadelphia, PA. In these roles she worked directly with governments and local residents on planning and advocacy projects. Mary first became passionate about cities while studying the intersection of health and urban gardens as a Bachelor of Science in Public Health candidate at Tulane University. Following graduation (and the eventual lifting of the quarantine), Mary will be moving to New York City and working with NYC Gov to support their implementation of capital projects and improvements.
Rendering of proposed developement in Newark Newark Airport City: Interdisciplinary Urban Design Studio Axon view of Newark's Airport City as an example for public health & tech
Cross section drawing of a landscape CPLN701-001: Keep Austin Resilient New MLK Park - floodplain would no longer impact any homes and new development could be located outside the floodplain
Detailed map of Austin CPLN701-001: Keep Austin Resilient Keep Austin Resilient
Group shot of students and faculty CPLN701-001: Keep Austin Resilient Studio participants and instructor, Nando Micale, on their site visit to Austin in October 2019.
Detailed map of Austin CPLN701-001: Keep Austin Resilient Austin's creek system and 100-year floodplain
Studio book cover for Keep Austin Resilient Natasha Tabachnikoff, Emily Blanton, Mary A. Eveleigh, Claire Jaffe, Joyce Liu, Yeana Kwagh , Denocencia Melinda Wade, Ran Xin, Yuyang Yin, Yijing Zhang, Siyue Zhang