Todd Fawley-King combines expertise in urban planning with experiences in economic development and strategy consulting to help clients realize maximum project value.
Todd provides market and economic analysis services to a broad range of public and private sector clients in HR&A’s DC office. Currently, Todd manages the firm’s work for the National Resource Network, an initiative created by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development that is creating a stronger generation of American Cities. Todd is the lead analyst for Network assessment teams that meet with stakeholders and public officials from participant cities to identify key challenges facing the municipality, as well as opportunities for the Network to provide catalytic technical assistance to address poverty and economic competitiveness issues. As part of a National Resource Network engagement for Dearborn, Michigan, Todd is conducting market research and identifying strategies to revitalize the west downtown neighborhood. Todd also supports HR&A’s international development practice and, for an initiative funded by the World Bank, is conducting market research of an urban development in Ekurhuleni Municipality in South Africa.
Prior to joining HR&A, Todd was a strategy consultant at the Malaysia Blue Ocean Strategy Institute in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where he worked with multiple government ministries to improve public services and implement cross-cutting new initiatives. Previously, he worked for Tetra Tech DPK supporting an effort to increase access to legal counsel and representation for at-risk populations in Iraq. Todd has numerous consulting experiences, including writing a case-study of an initiative providing small-holder Zambian farmers with business training for CARE International; evaluating the supply and raw materials needs of micro-entrepreneurs in Guadalajara, Mexico for the social enterprise Prospera; and developing policy recommendations to increase the use of clean-technology motor vehicles in California for the environmental advocacy organization CALSTART.
Todd holds a Master of Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He holds a Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Planning from the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.