Arturo is a Designer at CMG Landscape Architecture. Raised in Oaxaca, Mexico and the Bay Area, Arturo has been honing his skills in design for the past several years – using design as a form of resiliency and protest and continuing to be a strong advocate in increasing representation of people of Color in the Landscape Architecture profession. Arturo has been involved and brought incredible team support to some of CMG’s largest campus planning and design efforts including; Civic Center Public Space Design in the heart of San Francisco’s multiethnic, cultural intersection and Gateway of the Pacific – a bio medical campus in South San Francisco. Arturo has also been honored with several awards throughout his graduate career, including; the Susan Goltsman Award, the ASLA Honor Award and the ASLA Merit Award. He has also worked professionally as a research specialist for the Landscape Architecture Department at University of California, Davis – participating in research and community outreach. He has also worked for TANA (Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer) as an Art intern, and as a Design Intern with CMG and Andrea Cochran. Arturo holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from University of California, Berkeley, as well as, a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from University of California, Davis.