Asst Teaching Professor
Kilgore Hall NA
Remi’s body of work ranges from city planning, university planning, and project management. Her recent work has focused on designing edible teaching gardens and developing an environmental curriculum for K-12 schools. Additionally, Remi has focused on reducing food insecurity through community gardens and urban agriculture, while helping break down perceived barriers to growing one’s own food. Her work in urban agriculture has received a number of awards, including the City of Raleigh Environmental Award in Urban Agriculture and The Hunger Hero Award.
MLA, Landscape Architecture, Florida A&M University (2010)
BUEP, Urban and Environmental Planning, University of Virginia (2005)