Robyn Shapiro, Director of Community at the Lowline, speaks at the Faith & Work Conference about how imagination and innovation have often led us underground. With beautiful design and inspiring architecture, the Lowline seeks to be the first underground park in New York City using a new type of solar technology.
The Lowline's Kickstarter campaign is HERE.
As Director of Community for the Lowline, Robyn Shapiro oversees strategic partnerships, production, education and programming. The Lowline is an effort to build the world’s first underground park in New York City in an abandoned historic trolley terminal. The project will utilize innovative solar technology where sunlight will be channeled underground enabling photosynthesis, so plants and trees can grow in the future park. Her prior professional positions include global and domestic marketing and advertising roles at Ralph Lauren, Saatchi & Saatchi, and SelectNY. During her tenure at SelectNY, she launched two new agencies, in Geneva, Switzerland and Los Angeles, California. Shapiro received her undergraduate degree from Lafayette College as a double major in Business/Economics and Art.