Resume & Clients
For over 30 years, Michael David Leiboff has been a consultant and innovator in the development of cutting edge conference, presentation, meeting and classroom facilities for hundreds of corporate, academic and government clients. Michael's strengths in project visioning, client facilitation, facilities planning, and project management leadership has help hundreds of institutions develop and execute the renovation or construction of new learning and meeting facilities. He has accomplished this through a firm commitment to broadening client's horizons through facilitated planning workshops.

His success has been achieved through continually focusing on anticipating future needs rather than looking to the past in order to make room design decisions. His is a commitment to achieving ongoing flexibility and future-proofing facilities by providing a comprehensive and forwarding look architectural infrastructure, and a dedication to achieving success within a client's inevitable budget limitations for initial equipment fitup.

Michael's wide ranging project experience includes an impressive list of blue chip clients, a few examples of which are listed below:

Wharton School Of Business
University Of Michigan, Ford School, North Quad Project
Harvard University's Kennedy School. Busiiness School, and School of Arts and Sciences.
MIT Sloan Business School
Merrill Lynch
Montclair State University
The World Bank
Princeton University
Price Waterhouse
Goldman Sachs
Royal Dutch Shell
Museum Of Modern Art
Bear Sterns
Innternational Monetary Fund
US Department Of Education
IBM's Corporate Headquarters and Palisades Corporate Education Center
Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas and New York
Chrysler Technology Center, Chrysler Corporation
SUNY Binghamton, New Paltz, Geneseo, Alabany
American Express
Columbia University School of Business & Law, Teacher's College
United Nations

Michael speaks regularly about audiovisual and educational technology. Most recently he has presented at the Society of College & University of Planners, the NY State Department of Education and the Society for Marketing Professional Services