About Us


Newsroom

For Immediate Release

January 11, 2016

Contact:
Janell Weihs

Kerri Ranney Appointed the Association for Learning Environments
Southern Region Director

Kerry Ranney WASHINGTON, DC – The Association for Learning Environment's Board of Directors recently announced the appointment of Kerry Ranney, AIA, Esq., REFP, as the Southern Region Director.

Kerri has been involved with the Association since 2008 and currently serves as past president of the Southern Region. Director of Learning & Strategic Development Services at Huckabee since 2013, Kerri crafted the department around providing services that would help schools evolve the learning experience—combining design, educational delivery and strategic vision into the master planning process. Under Kerri's leadership, the Huckabee planning team is changing the landscape of educational design in Texas.

Recognized for her contributions to the field of educational design, Kerry Ranney was recently named to Engineering News-Record's Top 20 Under 40 Class of 2016. The Top 20 Under 40 list recognizes the top young construction / architectural professionals from Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Oklahoma.

"I'm passionate about the planning and design of learning facilities and the impact the facility has on the learning experience of students and the work experience for teachers and administrators. I'm most excited about contributing to efforts to grow our membership, bring additional value to our members and impact learning environments around the world," Kerri commented.


The Association for Learning Environments, formerly the Council of Educational Facility Planners (CEFPI), is the only professional organization whose primary purpose is improving the places where children learn. With approximately 4,400 members, the Association for Learning Environments encompasses six geographic regions across the United States, and supports regional representation in Canada, Australasia, and the UK. The Association embraces a collaborative network of professionals with one single goal – building healthy, safe, resilient and sustainable 21st Century learning places that inspire transformation in education, enhance student and teacher performance, and support culture and community vitality. To learn more visit our web site, or follow us on Twitter @A4LE2.