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2008 Review Team

Reviewer Bios

Ana Inés Bajcura

Tiffany Green

Stephen Heppell

Ulla Kjærvang

Jeff Lackney

Christian Long

Judy Marks

Mukund Patel

Colin Pidd

David Smith

Isaac Williams

Susan Wolff

Ex-Officio Advisory Team

Randy Fielding

Prakash Nair

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Ana Inés Bajcura
Landscape Planner

Graduate: Architect UBA (National University of Buenos Aires)
Post graduate: Landscape Planner
Post graduate: MDI (Master in Real State Developing) Making thesis
Is member of the Architects Society of Buenos Aires (CAPBA), member of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), Landscape Architects Society (CAAP).

Works at the Municipalities of Avellaneda y Moreno designing schools, kindergarten, squares and remodeling playgrounds for children.

Professor at the University of Torcuato Di Tella and University of the Argentine Social Musseum.

At 1998 created BAJCURA & Asociados a partnership with architects, urban architects and ingeneers in different disciplines, with local practise in Argentine and Uruguay.

Has experienced in design houses, club house, etc. and specialized in schools, kindergarten and landscape architecture for children.

As Landscape Planner designed environments for roads and highways, rural productive agrarian resort, design at deferent scales, places in which to live, learn and enjoy life.


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Tiffany Green, M.Ed.
Educational Planning Consultant

Tiffany Green is an Atlanta-based Educational Planning Consultant for Fielding Nair International focusing on development of innovative learning environments in Urban Markets in the USA. Tiffany is also the Director of Communications for

Tiffany earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics in 1998 from Vanderbilt University in Nashville TN. She received a Masters in Education and Technology from the Peabody College of Education at Vanderbilt University in 2002. Tiffany’s natural talent for design was uncovered while working as a Flooring Consultant alongside ASID Interior Designers in Nashville. Growing up in Chicago IL also spurred Tiffany’s love of architecture.

Tiffany was formerly the Policy Aide to Minneapolis City Council Vice President, Robert Lilligren. Tiffany is a founder and former co-Project Manager for the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO) chapter in Minnesota. Tiffany served on the board of Community Action of Minneapolis and Resources for Child Caring prior to moving to Atlanta in the summer of 2008. Tiffany is still a member of BAEO, Toastmasters International and the Minnesota Citizens League.

FNI draws on Tiffany’s diverse experiences in design, sales, community outreach, parental engagement, policy development, project management, and creating collaborative partnerships. Tiffany has a broad understanding of educational literature and high efficacy for technology. As an advocate for School Choice, Tiffany sees School Design as the next frontier… “Aesthetic variety within schools is equally as important as having ones choice of schools”.

Tiffany developed school programming for Cayman Islands Georgetown Primary School. She collaborated on the sourcing and developed the FF&E (Furniture, Fixture and Equipment) catalogs for Cayman Island’s High Schools and Primary Schools, the University of Chicago Woodson South School, and Excell Academy Charter School in Brooklyn Park MN. Tiffany has collaborated on visioning and design charrettes for Medford Oregon School District and the University of Chicago Woodson South School, which is the first innovative school for the University since John Dewey designed the Lab school in 1896. Tiffany has coordinated and delivered professional development tours of innovative schools in the Twin Cities for clients such as the Duke School in North Carolina, Microsoft Innovative Schools Program and the Australian Department of Education and Training, etc. Tiffany collaborated on an EFEI (Educational Facilities Effectiveness Instrument) workshop and demonstration for the Detroit Public Schools Facilities Management department. Tiffany collaborated on the Educational Commissioning Workshop and Post Occupancy Evaluation for Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Minneapolis. Tiffany developed FNI’s first ever school Operating Manual for Cristo Rey, which visually details how school spaces can be utilized to promote various learning modalities. Tiffany designed an award winning submission of the Cristo Rey project for the AASA Design Award. The project was awarded a citation award. She also designed submissions of Cristo Rey for CAE and MacConnell Design Awards.


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Stephen Heppell
Senior Education/ICT Consultant

Prof. Stephen Heppell is a Senior Consultant with FNI advising clients on a wide range of education and ICT issues. Stephen’s work extends into multiple, but overlapping, domains:

In new media and broadcasting he has been at the forefront of the new media revolution since the 80s, currently guiding a range of organisations from BAFTA and the BBC through to the Teachers’ TV and the innovative sports channel Cowes.TV. A regular broadcaster himself, he received the Royal Television Society’s Judges’ Award for lifetime contribition to educational broadcasting in 2006.

“Professor Stephen Heppell: the UK’s leading on-line education guru” Channel 4 TV 1999

Stephen pioneered collaborative virtual learning spaces. Past projects range from the Guinness Book of Record’s largest internet learning project in the world last century, through a community of 20,000 headteachers to the worldwide A string of very-large-scale projects showed and still show just how seductive online learning communities could be and he started these in the pre- web days of the 1980s.

“The father of ICT, Stephen Hepell” think:lab blog 2007

In Architecture and Design his pioneering research work for CABE and RIBA redefined the scope of learning spaces, largely informed by the emerging pedagogies in his virtual spaces. He is involved in the building, or redevelopment, of a mass of learning spaces worldwide, from community and corporate, through to Higher Education and of course a good number of radical, effective and seductive schools.

“when I finally spotted him, Stephen Heppell didn’t look at all like I imagined. This geek of geeks, this net-head of all times, this revolutionary who is yanking the British education system out of its Victorian slumber and shaping it for the digital information age, surely it couldn’t be this genial fellow before me with his whitening Father Christmas beard and Hush Puppy fashion sense” Design Magazine

In 2008 Stephen still does “geeky“. Pioneering projects have consistently reached out for the early adoption of people-power technologies, like Hypercard, into learning. Pioneering CD ROM projects in the 80s led onwards onwards to hand held projects - like the radical eVIVA project with QCA using mobile phones to capture learner narrative in a formal viva.

“Europe’s leading online education expert” Microsoft 2006

(Almost) finally, at the centre of all this, Stephen carries a significant policy portfolio supporting a range of front running nations worldwide. His work ranges from horizon scanning for the DfES/DCSF through to what can only be described as a full policy revolution in the Caribbean. As well as his own policy consultancy ltd he sits on a small number of corporate boards and is chair of trustees for the charity “Inclusion Trust” with its remarkable project.

“The most influential academic of recent years in the field of technology and education” Department for Education and Skills (DfES), UK, 2006

But everyone who knows Stephen well, will also know his passion for sailboat racing - from coaching the UK Mirror Class Squad to a World Championship win in Kingston, Canada to his annual campaign around the UK’s Solent and East Coast in his rather high tech (!) yacht Cracker with partner, friends and family. “Sailing” says Stephen, “is what I do - the rest is a hobby”.


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Ulla Kjærvang
Educational Architect

Ulla Kjærvang is an educational architect from Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. Concurrently with her architect study she worked as practising architect with Dall and Lindhardtsen in Aalborg, Denmark. Ulla Kjærvang has specialised in the importance of the physical frames in the teaching and educational environment.

Ulla Kjærvang is employed at the Danish Centre of Educational Environment where she provides consultancy services and supervision in matters of the physical and aesthetic educational environment: new buildings, interior design and organisation and the establishment of the schools’ exterior surroundings. The purpose is to offer schools and educational institutions better grounds to ensure a good physical and aesthetic educational environment. Ulla Kjærvang has written articles for specialist journals and the daily press. Furthermore, she has created the idea to the Danish book “Æstetik, ja tak, - en inspirationsbog om hverdagsæstetik i grundskolen” (Aesthetic – yes, please. An inspirational book about everyday aesthetic in the Danish school system).

Ulla Kjærvang is also Denmark’s contact person in the Nordic network “Morgendagens skole” (the school of tomorrow) and moreover, she participates in various reference groups of research and development projects. For Ulla, the key questions when working with the physical and aesthetic educational environment are: 1) What is the value of design and decoration of the physical surroundings when it comes to the issues of learning and satisfaction? and 2) How will space, aesthetics and education be considered within the design of the school of the future?


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Jeff Lackney, PhD, AIA, REFP
Partner, Educational Planner and Architect, Fielding Nair International

Dr. Jeff Lackney has committed his entire 20-year practice as a licensed architect to creating high-quality visionary learning environments for children and youth around the world. Jeff is dedicated to authentic community involvement in school planning, believing that the best solutions come from working in concert with people to identify desires and expectations for the future of education, and building on the creative potential of the surrounding community culture. Currently he consults nationally with FNI as an educational facility planner advocating innovative vision-driven approaches to planning for education. In addition to working on various projects in the USA, Jeff is actively working on projects in Australia, Thailand, New Zealand and the Cayman Islands.

In addition to his practical experience in school design, Jeff has conducted extensive research, published and presented internationally on the influence of the physical setting on learning, assessing the fit between educational programs and older buildings, community-based planning, action research, planning for small learning communities, the role of the physical setting in mediating school climate and culture, post-occupancy evaluation in schools, and neighborhood schools planning. He is co-author of a new textbook entitled “Educational Facilities Planning: Leadership, Architecture and Management”, published by Allyn and Bacon in 2006. He published a highly proclaimed digest entitled “Thirty-three Educational Design Principles for Schools and Community Learning” for the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF) that outlines innovative strategies and trends in educational design. He work has attracted the attention of media outlets, NY Times, BBC Radio, National Educational Association (NEA) and Edutopia.

Prior to joining FNI, Jeff was assistant professor within the Department of Engineering Professional Development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he conducted continuing education courses in architecture and facility management. He manages several websites dedicated to collaborative design and action research at School Design Research Studio. From 1998 to 2000, he served as the first director of the Educational Design Institute (EDI) at Mississippi State University, an interdisciplinary collaborative between the College of Education and the School of Architecture that promotes innovative practices in educational facility planning and design. He also worked as educational planning consultant with Hammel Green & Abrahamson, Inc. in Minneapolis, MN from 1997-1998, and served as assistant director of the Johnson Controls Institute for Environmental Quality in Architecture at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from 1995-1998.


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Christian Long, M.Ed.
Educator and School Planner

Christian is an educator, school planner, and passionate advocate for innovative learning communities.

He holds a master’s degree in education, with a concentration in school design, from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, as well as a bachelor’s degree in English and a certificate of secondary education from Indiana University (Bloomington). Additionally, he was a Klingenstein Summer Fellow for emerging school leaders at Teachers College, Columbia University and participated in the summer-long Career Discovery Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Prior to joining the school design industry, he spent more than a decade as an educator, coach, program director, and experiential education leader in the US, as well as an educator in Japan and on the Navajo Reservation. Most recently, he authored and directed an innovative architecture, design, and planning program for urban high school students in Washington D.C. and was a volunteer educator at the National Building Museum.

Christian speaks nationally and internationally on topics ranging from emerging trends in education to innovative school planning practices. In addition to administering the DesignShare blog, Christian authors the “think:lab” blog with a specific research focus on making connections between technology, educational trends, school design, and developing web2.0 conversations.

Before leading DesignShare as the past President & CEO, Mr. Long served as director of research and planning for learning environments at Huckabee, a Texas-based architecture firm specializing in K-12 schools.

He lives in Texas with his wife who is a middle school Principal and history teacher, their newly born son, and 2 dogs.


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Judy Marks, Hon. AIA
Associate Director, National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities

Judy Marks is Associate Director of the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF), the nation’s premier source of current, comprehensive information on planning, designing, funding, building, and maintaining safe, healthy, high performance schools.

Judy manages NCEF’s website content and design, providing continuously updated information to NCEF’s 4,000 daily visitors. She promotes the Clearinghouse through presentations at conferences and workshops across the country and participation in school facilities-related committees and advisory boards. She is an active participant in the Building Education Success Together [BEST] initiative, a collaborative working to improve urban school facilities. She serves on the board of directors of the National School Plant Management Association, participates in the Association of School Business Officials’ School Facilities Management Committee, and works closely with the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education. Recently she helped plan the American Architectural Foundation’s Great Schools by Design Summit and the Design for Learning Forum.

Judy has served on several school design awards juries including the National School Boards Association Learning by Design Awards Program, the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Educational Facility Design Award, the CEFPI School Building Week student design competition, the Richard Riley Award for Schools as Centers of Community, and the DesignShare Innovative School Design Award.

Judy is the author of The Educational Facilities Laboratories (EFL): a History, published in 2001. She contributed to the Planning Guide for Maintaining School Facilities, published in 2003.


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Makund Patel
Chief Officer, Educational Infrastructure - GEMS Education, Dubai

GEMS is the biggest private provider education in the world. GEMS operates 72 schools around the world, including schools in Dubai, India and UK. Before joining GEMS, Mukund was, for 11 years, Head of Schools Capita at DCSE ( i.e. Ministry of Education in England) where he was responsible for advising ministers and officials of the DfES on all aspects of educational buildings including development of inspirational and exciting school buildings, standards of school buildings, sustainability issues including design of carbon neutral schools and the cost of school buildings. He was responsible for developing ideas and vision for schools of the future, which informed capital expenditure of £8 billion per year, including £2.2 billion Building Schools of the Future programme. His team developed Exemplar Designs and also run innovative programmes like Project Faraday, Classrooms of the Future, City Learning Centres, etc.

He has spoken at various national and international conferences on design of school buildings. He is member of DCSF Zero Carbon Task Force and a Trustee of the Learning through Landscapes.

He was the Chairman of OECD Programme for Education Buildings based in Paris from 2003 to 2008, and from 2004 to 2006 was President of the Society of Chief Architects in Local Authorities. He has also been President of Society of Chief Engineers in Local Government and was a member of Governments Urban Green Spaces task force.

Mukund qualified as an engineer from London University. He worked with consultants in London before joining the Ministry of Education.

At GEMS Mukund is responsible for establishing new schools in Middle East, India, North and South Africa regions, with particular emphasis on providing state of art facilities in innovative and inspiring buildings with excellent teaching and learning environments for pupils and teachers. Mukund is also involved in drawing up overall ICT strategy and development of virtual learning environment for GEMS schools.


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Colin Pidd
Review Team Member

Colin is a foundation Director of The BTLi International Pty Ltd and has an academic background in Industrial Psychology, Administration and Business. He has Post Graduate qualifications in Education and Business. Colin is a senior associate of Cultural Imprint - an international research company that explores national cultural archetypes and the implications for managing and leading – this work is particularly valued by his global clients.  Originally a teacher, he has been a senior executive in both the public (Education Broadcasting) and private sectors (Retailing and Finance). Based in Australia, Colin has worked for clients in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Colin is particularly interested in “Whole System Change”. He has used Search Conference techniques and Real Time Strategic Change methods for many clients including – Westpac, the United Nations and UNICEF, Australian Film Commission, American Chamber of Industry (Silicon Valley, California), Radio Triple JJJ, Radio Nederland World Service, CSIRO, and the Romanian Government.

His many current clients include, Agilent Technologies, Public Sector Association (NZ), Credit Lyonnaise, Hewlett Packard, State Revenue Office, ABC, Various State Education Departments, Komatsu, ANZ Bank, WHO, Alex Fraser, Coca-Cola Amatil, Department of Human Services, Qualcomm, St George Bank, Catholic Education System, Nokia, NZ Department of Labour, Fonterra…

His work for these clients includes strategic planning and implementation, executive development, unit/organisational merger implementation, performance management training and leadership coaching. Colin is particularly adept at working with the leadership team of small organisations (including schools) striving to grow and develop.

Colin was also an award-winning broadcaster who created the Australia Broadcasting Corporations national programs/series “Managing Matters” and the “Business Report”. As a consequence he has had the opportunity visit many of Australia’s and the worlds winning organisations and interview some of the world’s leading managers and management theorists. Colin has also published a number of management articles.

Colin and his BTLi colleagues work pro-bono for any worthwhile community organisation that cannot afford consultants. As a matter of policy this amounts to a minimum of 20% of his and their work.


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David Smith, CCM REFP
Director of Facilities and Construction Management, Ministry of Education, Training, Employment, Youth, Sports & Culture Cayman Islands Government

Professional Credentials:

Past President (2002 – 2004) – C.M.A.A. (Construction Management Association of America) – North Carolina

Board of Directors (2002 – present) – C.M.A.A. (Construction Management Association of America) – North Carolina

Directed the successfully overall management of over US $1 Billion in school planning, design & construction since 2000

Director of World Recognized school planning, design & construction program in Cayman Islands

Certified Construction Manager (CCM) – through the C.M.A.A. and the C.M.C.I. (Construction Management Certification Institute)

Recognized Educational Facility Planner (R.E.F.P.)– through the C.E.F.P.I. (Council of Educational Facility Planners International)

International, National & Regional Presenter on subjects of “Program Management” and “Claims Avoidance & Resolution”

International Presenter on subject of “Sustainable Design Strategies in Educational Facilities”

Founder & Champion of “Operation Estimation”

Founder & Champion of Savings & Cost Avoidance Initiative

Chairman – Educational Facility Planning – L.S.I.C. (Leadership School Improvement Council)

College credentials and studies include electrical engineering, architecture, civil engineering, public administration and construction management


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Isaac Williams
Architectural Educator and Practitioner

Isaac Williams is an architectural educator and practitioner working in a variety of media and scales including architecture, graphic design and web design. Isaac teaches undergraduate and graduate design studios at the University of Maryland, and an architectural representation course at Maryland’s summer study abroad program in Italy. His graduate seminar “Learning Places” explores the potential of architecture as a form of pedagogy in places of learning such as schools, museums, and memorials.

As a practitioner, Isaac has worked on projects such as the World Trade Center Master Plan and Infrastructure Plan for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and a suite of street furniture for the New York City Department of Transportation. He also has considerable experience designing schools and has worked on projects in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and most recently as a senior planning consultant with Fielding Nair International, in the Cayman Islands, Australia, and Azerbaijan.

Isaac was awarded a Henry C. Welcome Fellowship Grant by the Maryland Higher Education commission in 2007 to continue his research and creative work focused on the relationship between space and learning, and the pedagogical dimensions of the designed physical environment.


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Susan Wolff, Ed. D.
Senior Planning Consultant, Fielding Nair International

Dr. Wolff is a Senior Planning Consultant with Fielding Nair International. She serves currently as the Dean of Instruction at Columbia Gorge Community College, located in The Dalles, Oregon. Prior to this position, Susan directed the Professional Development System at Oregon State University and coordinated the national research project, New Designs for Career and Technical Education at the Secondary and Postsecondary Levels. The latter project was included in the original scope of the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, a five-university consortium funded through the U. S. Department of Education. Wolff has been a community college or university instructional administrator for over 25 years. Dr. Wolff is well known for her coalition building among education, business, industry, and community leaders. Other areas of specialty include training, workforce and economic development; distance learning and instructional technology; faculty development; continuing education; and program development.

The focus of her doctoral research was in the design features of the physical learning environment that support collaborative, project-based learning, and led to the formation of her own business, Wolff Designs. Dr. Wolff has worked with school districts, community colleges, and four-year institutions of higher education across the country in educational and facilities planning including master facility planning, pre-design, design, and renovation projects. Her work in this area and in career and technical education has resulted in several publications and invitations to present and chair conferences, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Wolff is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges, National Council of Instructional Administrators, Association of Career and Technical Education, National Council of Workforce Education, and the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International. Susan has been invited by the American Institute of Architects to be a juror for the 2005 School Design Awards, was a juror for the Washington State Council of Educational Facility Planners school design awards in 2004, has been a reviewer for the Design Share/School Construction News design awards the last three years, and co-chaired the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education national conference in 2004. Two of the projects Susan has participated in, the Canby High School Applied Technology Center and Cy-Fair Community College, have received several national and international awards.


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Randy Fielding, AIA
Chairman, Fielding Nair International

Randall Fielding, AIA, is the Chairman and Founding Partner of Fielding Nair International, LLC (FNI), an award-winning school planning and design firm with offices in Minneapolis, Tampa, Madison and Melbourne, Australia. The firm has consultations in 23 states around the U.S. and 26 countries. Randy oversees FNI’s primary mission to improve learning by serving as a world leader in the creation of new and renovated educational campuses that are in consonance with best practice and research.

Randy’s achievements have earned him more than a dozen design awards from the American Institute of Architects, The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI), the American Association of School Administrators, and School Planning and Management Magazine. He is internationally recognized as an authority on innovative school design and received the CEFPI Planner of the Year Award in 2007 — the most prestigious honor of any individual in the field of educational design. He has been selected to serve as an architect, consultant, presenter and/or keynote speaker in Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, Finland, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Portugal, Qatar, Singapore, The Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States.

One of Randy’s “signatures” is his ability to come down off of the podium, sharing ideas with heads of state, educators, and children with equal passion. This spirit of sharing extends to two million people each year, through, an online forum for innovative learning environments that Randy founded in 1998. He continues to serve as DesignShare’s editorial director, but the focus of his work is to lead communities in the design of environmentally responsive campuses that foster personalized learning and strong connections to the community.

Randy’s design work leverages more than 500 case studies from 30 countries — the largest library of innovative school designs in the world. The interactive planning and design process pioneered by FNI is also grounded in a seminal book that Randy co-authored with Prakash Nair, entitled The Language of School Design. The book establishes key learning modalities for success in the post-information society, and provides a series of design patterns to support these modalities. Randy uses the design patterns as a tool in evaluating existing and proposed facilities, and as a launching point for developing customized solutions for each individual community, campus, school or district that he works with.

In addition to serving as a lead design architect, teamwork underpins all of Randy’s work, which takes him around the world to collaborate with public and private institutions, educators, developers, and local architects. Whether it’s a high school near ground zero in New York City, a series of vocational schools for the tsunami-damaged areas of Sri Lanka, a school for at-risk students in Minneapolis, a K-12 campus in Indonesia, or a college preparatory school in Switzerland, he finds more commonalties in each community than differences.


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Prakash Nair
Partner, Fielding Nair International

Prakash Nair is a futurist, a visionary planner and architect with Fielding Nair International, one of the world’s leading change agents in school design. He is also the Managing Editor of which attracts over one million visitors each year. He is the recipient of several international awards including the prestigious CEFPI MacConnell Award, the top honor worldwide for school design.

He has written extensively in leading international journals about school design and educational technology and their connection to established educational research. He is also the author of two guidebooks on school planning including the landmark 2005 publication, The Language of School Design which he co-authored with his partner Randall Fielding.

Prior to co-founding Fielding Nair International, Prakash worked for 10 years as Director of Operations for a multi-billion dollar school construction program for New York City.

In 2003, Prakash completed a project with the University of Wisconsin on a Rockefeller Foundation-funded grant to develop international best practice standards for tomorrow’s schools. He also led the effort to develop a new research-based tool to evaluate the educational effectiveness of schools. This tool, now being tested by schools and governments in the United States, Australia and Singapore will revolutionize the way we look at how school buildings and campuses actually work to support teaching and learning.

Prakash has served as the Northeast Regional President of the Council of Educational Facility Planners International and serves on the ICOPE Task Force — New York City’s Independent Commission on Public Education.

FNI has serviced projects in 26 countries on 5 continents. Prakash has served as the Managing Principal, school planning and design consultant, presenter and/or keynote speaker for clients in Australia (five states), Canada, Finland, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Qatar, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand, The Netherlands, Spain, U.A.E., U.K. and the United States.

By staying current with the research as well as national and international social, economic and cultural trends, Prakash is always able to bring best practice thinking from many disciplines and fields to bear on education-related problems and projects. This approach has helped education clients save millions of dollars while still achieving or exceeding their schedule and quality expectations.

Prakash’s signature talent lies in his ability to communicate his passion for a new approach to education across the globe. He has consistently built strong partnerships with local firms, helped client communities visualize their future, built consensus for uniquely tailored solutions, and helped execute them successfully.


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