Rachel Guilfoil is an Open Space and Recreation Consultant to the City’s Community Preservation Act Office. A resident of Boston, Rachel is committed to creating equal access to safe and quality open space across all neighborhoods in the City.
Having worked as a landscape designer in the private sector, Rachel draws on her experience in municipal, institutional, and recreational site design to better serve the residents of Boston. She has a strong background in sustainable practice, green infrastructure, construction administration, and public engagement.
Rachel holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is passionate about advocating for others, and currently sits as Chair of the Boston Society of Landscape Architects’ Advocacy Committee. Please contact Rachel with your open space and recreation questions.