Mary Anne Ocampo is an architectural and urban designer. She practices as a Senior Associate in urban design and planning at Sasaki Associates, focusing on higher education and the relationship of the campus to the city. Ocampo has been an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Syracuse University, a Teaching Associate at Cornell University, and a Lecturer in Architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Her academic research explores urban resilience, focusing on the urban development and contemporary uses of Metropolitan Manila’s waterway system as a case study of cities vulnerable to flooding. She has participated in conferences and lectures at Cornell University, Syracuse University, and The University of Texas at Austin, and her work has been exhibited in Cambridge, New York, and Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky, a Master of Architecture II from Cornell University, and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University.