Tiffani Navratil is an American landscape designer who came to Hobart, Tasmania, in 2011 to commence research for her Masters of Landscape Architecture design thesis. With a background in the earth sciences, Tiffani worked on a master plan of the Hobart Rivulet and the CBD that would incorporate water-sensitive urban design, mixed-use development, and numerous public greenspaces in a multi-functional social corridor, connecting the waterfront to the CBD and the regional greenspaces beyond. The project earned Tiffani the 2012 American Society of Landscape Architects National Merit Award. She received her MLA from the University of Minnesota in 2012. In 2013, Tiffani was invited back to Hobart by the Hobart City Council and the Derwent Estuary Program to present at a AILA City Talks seminar focused on the rejuvenation of Hobart's city centre. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, she is currently a landscape designer at Coen+Partners, maintains a Adjunct Professor role at the University of St. Thomas' Geology Department, and is frequently a jury member for the U of M's graduate school’s design critiques. As an avid traveler and bushwalker, Tiffani hopes to return to Hobart in the near future to continue her work and explore more of the Tasmanian landscape.