Cody Ann Herrmann is a New York City based artist and community organizer with an interest in participatory design methods, public space, and local sustainable development. Through multidisciplinary arts, community engagement exercises, and grassroots organizing she applies an iterative, human centered approach to environmental problem solving.

Focused on her hometown of Flushing, Queens, Herrmann collaborates with neighborhood nonprofits and civic associations to create accessible public programs directed at communicating themes of urban ecology, resiliency, and land-use to area residents. Currently she serves as the secretary of the Queensboro Hill Flushing Civic Association, and manages ongoing projects such as Queens SOUP and Flushing’s Little Free Library.