Kizz Prusia is an early-career facilitator working on process design for public policy issues. In his current role at Triangle Associates, he supports multiple stakeholders in discerning and making land-use decisions, including those related to affordable housing, transportation and mobility, and the cleanup of several Superfund sites. His educational background includes urban planning, the built environment, and community engagement. In his professional practice, he is committed to active listening, creating space for all voices, and pursuing human-centered processes.
Kizz holds an M.U.P. from the Department of Urban Design and Planning (UDP) and an M.P.A. from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington, as well as a B.A. in Race and Ethnic Studies from the University of Redlands. What Kizz enjoys about his work is the impact of empowering individuals and groups to make informed decisions.
Kizz is a board member with the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and spends his free time doing urban hikes, practicing yoga, and learning about cities.