- Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Education, Howard University
- Certificates in Applications in Technology in Planning and Community Design and Development, San Jose State University
Prescott Reavis is an Oakland-based Spatial Activist, architect, planner, and award-winning educator who has merged over 20 years of experience in architecture, planning, and education to develop and construct inclusive communities internationally, focusing on equitable design and planning justice. Prescott leads, Kulima an Oakland-based community design, planning, + educational strategy practice focused on co-creating child-friendly cities. We have specific expertise in developing place-based educational programs and projects, centering on developing critical thinking, collaboration, and STEAM skills. We increase young people's civic agency to foster just, healthy and joyful neighborhoods where they will thrive.
Mr. Reavis served as the Director of Community Planning and Project Manager for the nationally renowned Public Interest Design Organization AND Architecture + Community Planning. He was an Associate and Director of Student Internships at Anshen + Allen Architects (now Stantec). Prescott is an experienced educator with over fifteen years of practice from elementary school through university students. For twelve years, he has taught at UC Berkeley Center for Cities and Schools Y-PLAN program as a consultant, and last fall, he was an adjunct lecturer at Howard University School of Architecture. Mr. Reavis earned his Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Education from Howard University and completed certificates in Applications in Technology in Planning and Community Design and Development from San Jose State University, Masters of Urban Planning program focusing on integrating youth in the planning and design processes.