Ms. Ann Milovsoroff is the landscape architect on staff at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Ontario. She has a BA with honours in Comparative Literature, Phi Beta Kappa, and MLA from the University of Guelph.
Ann served as a member of ASLA she was Secretary of the Ontario Chapter from 1987-89, served on the Editorial Advisory Committee of Landscape Architecture Magazine, on the Membership Services Committee, as Chair of the Annual Meeting Administration Committee, as Vice President for Membership, and Vice President for Public Information and Services. She has been nominated twice as a candidate for ASLA President, and is a Fellow of the ASLA.
As landscape architect at the Royal Botanical Gardens, she has won a number of awards, including an Award of Merit from the International Lilac Society; and Interpretation Canada Award of Excellence for an interpretive walk in RBG’s famous lilac collection, and for feature gardens at Canada Blooms.
Ann has appeared on HGTV, PBS, LIVE TV, and CBC Radio. She lectures and writes articles on landscape architecture and garden design, and has been an expert consultant for numerous publications.
Ann’s professional work, her service to landscape architecture, to her professional organizations, and cross-border understanding, is recognized with her election to CSLA Fellowship.