Senior Project Manager
802-862-1225 ext. 15
Gail brings more than 25 years of experience in site planning and real estate development to her work as a senior project manager at White + Burke.
Gail Henderson-King is adept at strategically organizing projects and project teams with a focus on efficiently meeting clients’ needs. Her project work includes assembling and managing development teams, managing project schedules, and preparing and obtaining land use permits, and frequently involves creative problem solving.
Gail is a licensed landscape architect. Prior to joining White + Burke, Gail was senior landscape architect at Lamoureux & Dickinson, planning director for the Town of Milton, and senior design associate at the landscape architectural firm of Dunn Associates. She has served as president of the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, board member of the Alumni Board for College of the Atlantic, and chair of the Shelburne Neighborhood Paths Committee. Gail holds a Bachelor of Arts in human ecology from College of the Atlantic and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Cornell University.
Gail is a strong supporter of adoption and strengthening connections for children and families of multicultural backgrounds in Vermont. She lives in Shelburne, with her husband, son, and golden retriever and spends her free time running, bicycling, gardening, and doing artistic projects.
Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP), National Development Council
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) – Member
ASLA Historic Preservation Professional Practice Network – Member
ASLA Sustainable Design and Development Professional Practice Network – Member
Vermont Chapter of the ASLA – Member, Past Chapter President, Secretary, Licensure Committee Member
Vermont Planners Association – Member
Town of Shelburne Tree Advisory Committee – Member, Chair
Vermont Landscape Architects Advisory Panel to the Office of Professional Regulation – Member
Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects Award, 2003, Irasville Growth Center Master Development Plan, Irasville, Vermont
Open Space Award of the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2002, Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge, Charlotte, Vermont.