Daniel Iacofano (Ph.D., FAICP, FASLA) is internationally recognized as an innovator and thought leader in urban planning and design, strategic planning, organizational development, facilitation, and consensus building. His career is as multifaceted as the field he chose to pursue and the firm he helped co-found. The breadth of planning not only encompasses everything he enjoys, it enables him to do what he does best - engage others in creative problem-solving to improve people's lives. From policy- and place-making to systems and structures, Daniel has worked with hundreds of communities and organizations around the world to think strategically and critically about achieving desired change. No matter what the project entails - restoring a river, developing a downtown, or repurposing a public agency - his comfort with complexity and his dexterity with details enables him to guide clients through the process of evaluation, decision-making and implementation. The management, facilitation, and listening skills he has honed over three decades enable him to readily assess needs and identify a path forward. Regardless of the size, shape or current state of a project, Daniel will always "push the quality envelope" and seek innovation in arriving at solutions. He delivers the best outcomes possible within given constraints and against sometimes opposing forces. With his extensive range of experience and expertise in physical, environmental, and strategic planning, clients and communities across the nation often find that his impact lasts well beyond his involvement.