Kerri Ranney—Huckabee’s Director of Learning & Strategic Development Services—was 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, Mississipi and Oklahoma. Kerri was recognized for her contributions to the field of educational design. Click here to view the list.
Kerri was also recently appointed as the Southern Region Representative to the International Board for the Association for Learning Environments. The organization is dedicated to helping improve the educational environment, a mission for which Kerri is extremely passionate. She has been involved with the organization since 2008 and currently serves as Past President of the Southern Region.
For the past 16 years, Kerri has focused her career on serving educational clients—a passion that started in college when she spent a summer working in an educational design studio in Orlando. It was there that she determined her career focus, feeling drawn to educational design and the creativity and strategy that shapes the learning environment.
In 2013, Kerri joined Huckabee’s leadership team to head the Learning and Strategic Development department. 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.