Kate Mraw has dedicated her career to the research and understanding of educational programming and design strategy. With more than 10 years of experience in K-12 educational design, she provides thought leadership in the process of planning, programming and design for next generation educational environments through an alignment of pedagogy, people and place.
Mraw leads an integrated process of client-centered engagement, research-based design and interior programming. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, she is now a young member of the University’s School of Architecture Advisory Council. The experience she brings to the team will create an authentic and effective educational design process resulting in innovative design solutions for tomorrow’s students.
Her curiosity and desire to create a cultural shift in the learning experience have contributed to Mraw’s lifelong learning mission. A member of A4LE, Mraw has influenced the educational design industry through speaking sessions, webinars and attending advanced educational courses in the field of educational design. Her guidance and leadership have resulted in numerous design awards, including e3 Civic High, which has been internationally recognized for its intentional alignment of pedagogy and learning spaces.