Category: Faces of Facilities

Faces of Facilities profiles members of the facilities management community, sharing their personal experiences, successes, challenges, current practices, aspirations, and opinions on topics impacting the industry and its workforce.

Faces of Facilities: Alana F. Dunoff from Temple University

As an educator and qualified instructor, Alana F. Dunoff is helping train the facilities management professionals of the future. As for Dunoff, herself, she has been a practicing FM pro for 30 years (“Yikes!” she joked) and wears many proverbial hats. She’s an Adjunct Professor teaching the B.S. Facility Management Program at Temple University; Principal […]

Faces of Facilities: Prince Reed from DaVita Kidney Care

Prince Reed is a humble leader, both at his job and in his community. He is a man of faith, dedication, and hard work. With 20 years of experience in the facilities industry, Reed currently serves as the Senior Director of Asset and Facilities Management for DaVita Kidney Care, which operates over 3,500 outpatient dialysis […]

Faces of Facilities: Dave Irvin from Florida State University

For facilities management professionals, the pandemic is not only a major challenge, but also a rare opportunity—a chance to prove just how important their work is. That’s according to Dave Irvin, Associate Vice President of Facilities at Florida State University (FSU). As the latest participant in our “Faces of Facilities” profile series, Irvin explained he […]

Faces of Facilities: Stan Robinson from Roanoke City Public Schools

Welcome to the inaugural installment of “Faces of Facilities,” a new Q&A series profiling facilities management experts. Stan Robinson, Director of Facilities at Roanoke City Public Schools (RCPS), joins us as our first interview guest. In his role at the K-12 school district in Roanoke, Va., Stan manages 36 facilities and dozens of team members. […]