Boston – Copley Wolff Design Group announced it has welcomed three new members to its growing team.
Emily Hunt, PLA, ASLA brings 10 years of experience working on a variety of public and institutional projects. She joins Copley Wolff from her recent position at Warner Larson in South Boston where she managed multiple schoolyard, playground, and athletic field projects throughout New England. She will play an integral role in managing firm projects; mentoring staff; and coordinating and working closely with clients, consultants, and design teams.
Abby Derick recently received an Honor Award from the Boston Society of Landscape Architects for her “Discovery Forest” project and a separate Merit Award for her contribution to “Creating Community Vision for Indian Orchard.” She previously worked as a gardener at Brooklyn Bridge and Prospect Parks in New York and will be contributing direct planting knowledge and graphic support to several Copley Wolff projects.
Molly Wimberg previously interned with SMMA in Cambridge, Mass., creating renderings for a range of significant projects. She will be providing graphic and drafting support as a member of several Copley Wolff project teams.