Julian Stanfield is currently a Senior in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. His passion includes deriving revitalization in the most diverse and restorative ways that are not only thrilling to be to be a part of in terms of landscape and can act as the intersection of solving multi structural systems of inequality through land use that create displacement in communities of color. He has a strong ambition to combine all types of people in a growing society where we can be within cities and have wildlife through vegetation to be the focus while bringing all types of people together to define the landscape as robust. Because he knows Landscape Architecture will be one of the most vital professions in the future, racing to repair Earth's ecosystems, utilizing green infrastructure. Julian is invested in learning more about how green technologies can help to reduce emissions and societal boundaries that connect and diminish people's purpose to build capital with one another, and passionate about how to be the bridge between such through infrastructure. His scholarships awards include the Omega Psi Phi Scholarship, the Beautillion Militaire Alumni Scholarship, and he is an ACE Mentorship Alumni.