Ms. Choueiri is a Ph.D. student in the Geography Program at UC Davis. She is interested in researching urban residential water systems and in understanding the relationships between formal and informal water infrastructures, in Lebanon. Following her master’s degree in Urban Environmental Management with a minor in Land-Use and Planning from Wageningen University (the Netherlands), Ms. Choueiri worked in the business and the academic domains, as an environmental consultant, landscape designer, researcher, and lecturer.
Ms. Choueiri worked on projects focused on landscaping, land-use planning, environmental architecture, and sustainable development; along with their related research on urban biodiversity, biomimicry, ecosystems, and their services, habitat, native fauna/flora, and bio-inspired interventions. In academia, she assisted in the development and delivery of landscape design courses and studios to undergraduate students at the American University of Beirut and UC Davis.
She plays a key role in the academic planning and implementation of the Mandela Washington Fellowship.