Wanona Satcher, an urban designer for social good, is CEO/Founder of ReJuve a nonprofit dedicated to developing what she calls 'prosilient communities.' Over the course of her career she’s served as an urban designer, landscape architect designer, city planner, economic developer, art curator and theatre producer. In 2016 Wanona was a finalist for the Dell/Cosmo Magazine Women's Entrepreneur Network Award and keynote panelist for Moogfest- the world-renowned music, art and technology conference. In 2013 she was a semi-finalist for the Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge, attended Aspen Institute/CityLab 2.0 and was chosen as a national Next City Vanguard’s Top 40 Under 40 program. She’s has been featured in GOOD Magazine and the Huffington Post. She’s the first African American to receive a Master of Landscape Architecture degree as well as dual Masters degrees in community planning and landscape architecture from Auburn University. Wanona currently sits on the Advisory Council to the Landscape Architecture Program at Auburn University.