Jenny Trinh is a landscape architect with the Federal Land Use and Design Approvals team at the National Capital Commission. Jenny currently leads the review and approval process of a variety of projects in the National Capital Region and provides landscape architecture expertise for various NCC committees. When she worked in the private sector, Jenny managed a variety of projects, including the replacement and landscape rehabilitation of 10 dams along the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site. Jenny is an active member of the landscape architecture community, having volunteered extensively during her time as a student and now as a professional with the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects. Her efforts have been recognized with the Jack Copeland Award for Associate Leadership and Contribution, the Victor Chanasyk Medal for Professionalism, and the Brian D. Sullivan Leadership Award. Jenny holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architect degree from the University of Guelph.

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