Instytut Inżynierii Środowiska
Landscape architect, lecturer at the Department of Landscape Architecture at Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW). She is also the Chairperson of the Urban Trees Section of the Polish Dendrological Society. She conducted research on the impact of construction work on tree longevity and the assessment of long-term damage effects. Her work involves evaluating the stability of urban trees and contributing to the development of the Polish tree valuation method under the guidance of Prof. Szczepanowska, which currently serves as a substantive basis for changes in the Nature Conservation Act. She implements nature-based solutions in practice, especially the use of anti-compaction systems that support rainwater management and enhance the efficiency of trees in providing other ecosystem services in modern cities.
She has participated in numerous internships focused on tree stability assessment and tree management based on the Visual Tree Assessment (VTA) method in Turin, as well as various scholarship, internship, and study trips to places such as Bordeaux, Hamburg, Cornwall, and has attended international conferences, seminars, and workshops.