Wendie McAllaster, ASLA, is a registered landscape architect and land use/environmental planner with over 30 years of experience in Hawai‘i. As a Principal with HHF Planners, she specializes in historic preservation planning and landscape architecture, with an emphasis on cultural landscapes. Wendie was the project manager and primary author for the award-winning Pearl Harbor Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan, for seven Cultural Landscape Assessments for historic neighborhoods at Pearl Harbor, and the Rural Historic Landscape Assessment for the Robinson Family Homestead on Kaua‘i. She contributed to Cultural Landscape Reports for all Navy installations in Hawai‘i. Wendie received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Michigan State University and Graduate Certificates in Historic Preservation and Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Hawai‘i. Active in the community, Wendie is a past-president of the Junior League of Honolulu and has served on the local boards of ASLA and APA. Wendie serves on the Programs, Fundraising and Nominating Committees. She is nominated to a first term on the board after a short hiatus following previous terms.