Kayla Poch graduated from the Northern Institute of Technology in Alberta, and is a prairie-native. After 24 years of horizontal landscapes, she found herself drawn to Vancouver’s vertical offerings in the form of mountains, trees, and vibrant skylines. This fails to capture a significant part of the allure, however: the social aspect.
A common thread between her personal and professional lives, Kayla is a social being who relishes any opportunity to connect people to places, whether herself or others. She is thrilled to equally serve communities and the environment while working in an industry that satisfies her passions for architecture, botany, and the outdoors.
Sundays mornings are among Kayla’s rare solitary moments. On these occasions, she frequently finds herself by the ocean, “watching the waves roll in with a cup of dark roast coffee in hand, folk music in the ear buds, and feet in the water.”