Educated as an architect and is an experienced builder with a successful early career in the design and construction of new homes and renovations in the Washington, D.C. area. He is the inventor of the SHELTER2HOME and the STUCC ON STEEL Building System and has a deep passion to helping those families displaced by natural disaster, war and poverty. Donald has managed the construction of housing projects in Sri Lanka, Haiti and in the United States with costs ranging from $10,000 to $3.9 Million. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture, Lawrence Technological University, 1992.
Donald is also the Founder of REACH, Reconstruction Efforts Aiding Children without Homes, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization (www.reach4children.org) that provides housing solutions for children in need through collaborative partnerships with universities, groups and individuals.