Alana F. Dunoff, FMP, IFMA Fellow has over 27 years’ experience as a strategic facility planner. She began her career as a space planner working at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and later worked as a project manager and then design principal with Little Diversified Architects. In 2002, she opened her own consulting practice, AFD Facility Planning, a firm offering strategic facility planning services that help FM’s achieve their goals.
Alana has a passion for FM education, and has been an adjunct professor for over 16 years. She currently teaches at Temple University in their Facility Management program, helping to educate our future FM leaders. Alana is also an IFMA Qualified Instructor for the FMP credential. She has lectured on numerous FM topics at colleges, universities, and corporations and has had the pleasure of presenting at dozens of facility management conferences, forums, and symposiums.Alana has been a long-time active member in the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) including serving as President of the Philadelphia Chapter and as a Director on the Board of Directors. In 2013 she was honored as IFMA’s Distinguished Member and in 2014 she became an IFMA Fellow.
Alana earned her B.S. in Environmental Psychology from Boston University and her M.S. in Facility Planning and Management from Cornell University.