Kwesi Daniels is a highly accomplished sustainability professional, with extensive expertise in creating sustainable communities. With a decade of teaching, architecture, affordable housing development, and community service experience around the country, Kwesi is a master in design, project management, and financial feasibility analysis. He holds a Master of Science in Sustainability Management and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University and the University of Illinois at Chicago, respectively. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Tuskegee University and his Doctor of Philosophy in Geography and Urban Studies from Temple University.
Kwesi currently serves as the Head of Department at Tuskegee University, having previously worked as the CEO & President of Sustenance3, LLC, Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University, Green Compliance Officer at New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, Teaching Assistant at Columbia University in the City of New York, Architecture Lab Technician at City University of New York, and Assistant Professor at Tuskegee University.
Outside of his professional duties, Kwesi enjoys traveling, playing pool and chess, and is even a skilled cane twirler. His dedication to creating sustainable communities is unparalleled, and he is constantly seeking new ways to help the world become a better, more efficient, and more sustainable place.