Emily M. O’Mahoney, ASLA
- Joined 2GHO: 1998 as Partner
- Education: University of Florida, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 1980
- BIO: Ms. O'Mahoney has over 27 years of experience in landscape architecture, site planning with emphasis on conceptual and detailed design at all scales. In 1993 she started her own company and then joined with George Gentile and Troy Holloway to form the GHO partnership in 1998. Within the firm, Emily is responsible for project design, direction and management for a wide variety of projects ranging large scale master planning at the conceptual level, residential mid and high-rise towers, parks and public spaces along with many of the urban redevelopment projects. Emily is also a proponent of sustainable green design in every project.
- Service: Treasurer: Landscape Architecture Advisory Board at FAMU, 2005-Present; Chair / Church Landscape Committee Chair, 2002 - Present; President (2000-present) Shores Homeowner’s Association, 1996 - Present; Member, Board of Directors / Shores Homeowner’s Assoc., 1997 - Present; Assistant Chair, Women in Business - Chamber, 2001 - Present; Habitat for Humanity (Design, donation & installation coordinator for 3 homes), 1994 – 1999; Lecturer / Horticulture Society of South Florida, 1999; Member / Professional Women’s Networking, 1995 - 2004; President & Board Member / Prof. Women’s Networking, 2004 - present.
- Affiliations: American Society of Landscape Architects, US Green Building Council, Professional Women's Network, The Nature Conservancy, National Society of Historic Preservation, The Native Plant Society, Jupiter-Tequesta-Juno Beach Chamber, Florida Urban Forestry Council, National Society of Arboriculture
- Honors, Awards, & Recognition: Service Award, Florida Chapter ASLA, Education Committee/LARE Review (1996–2006), Professional Office of the Year Award, Northern Palm Beach Chamber (2005), Professional Service Recognition, Beautification Committee, Town of Jupiter (2006), Award of Honor, Florida Chapter ASLA, Limestone Creek Elementary Nature & Shade Program (2002), Award of Excellence, Florida Chapter ASLA, A Loblolly Pine Residence (1998), Service Award, Florida Chapter ASLA, Section Chair (1995 – present),