FMCC Kit Tuveson Scholarship

The award commemorates Kit Tuveson (1944 – 2015), IFMA Fellow, CFM, SFP, of the Sacramento Valley IFMA Chapter for his personal and professional contributions to the FM Consulting Council, throughout IFMA, and to the FM profession. Kit was renowned as an uplifting and relentlessly positive and enthusiastic colleague, teacher, and friend by several generations of facility managers.

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FMCC Announces Kit Tuveson Award for FM Studies

The Facility Management Consultants Council of IFMA, FMCC, announces the Kit Tuveson Scholarship.  This award commemorates long time FMCC leader and teacher Kit Tuveson and his commitment to professional excellence in facility management.  Given the challenges facing FMs, owners, and everyone with a stake, skilled consultants are needed to identify and develop solutions that promote high performance of the built environment and its management. It is in this vein that we invite applications for the Kit Tuveson award. Eligible applicants are engaged in ongoing and new developments to bring advances in FM consulting knowledge and methods. The award may also be used to support earning of FM or consulting related credentials.

Allow FMCC join in your pursuit of professional excellence.  Not only will you be receiving a scholarship that will promote your continuing professional development – you will also be a part of a vibrant and dynamic cadre of professionals dedicated to creating and delivering innovative and actionable solutions.

Award Coordinator:

Daniel Goldsmith, DBA Principal, Daniel M. Goldsmith Consultancy, LLC

Daniel Goldsmith

Daniel Goldsmith is the principal of Daniel M. Goldsmith Consultancy, LLC, a consultancy specializing in Management and Facility Management.

Daniel holds a Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) degree from Argosy University, and his earlier degrees are an MBA from Strayer University and bachelor degree in Business from the University of West Florida.

Daniel enjoys the privilege of contributing to the community of learning at Strayer University as adjunct faculty. He is a contributor in the Facility Management arena within the federal government and currently holds professional memberships in the Institute of Management Consultants – National Capital Region Chapter, the American Statistical Association (AMSTAT), the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Daniel can be reached at

To apply, please download the KTS application.