About Prismatic

About Us

school consulting

Working in a school district, charter school, or grant-funded program, money is always tight. You need high-quality services at the lowest possible price. That’s why Prismatic Services is designed to be different. We don’t maintain a fancy office. We don’t fly first class. We don’t hire people to sit around waiting for work.

Our teams adhere to the Code of Ethics and Professional Standards required by Project Management International (PMI). This includes a commitment to doing what is right and honorable, with specific aspirational and mandatory conduct required in the four foundational values of responsibility, respect, fairness, and honesty.

All of our projects incorporate four pillars:

  • Standards – Our firm is guided by best practices in project management and program evaluation.
  • Leading Edge Tools – We leverage technology, solid research, and effective team work to meet the needs of our clients. We bring an extensive tool kit to each project.
  • Personalized Service –Good consulting requires really getting to know each client.
  • Low Overhead – We want to be the best consulting firm, not the biggest consulting firm. You won’t find overhead bloat here.

Our Mission

Prismatic Services prides itself on bringing the best and the brightest together to serve clients. The consultants selected for teams all have at least a decade of experience serving school districts as teachers, administrators, and consultants (most have much more). So you don’t have to worry about teaching us your business—we already know it. We can get to work immediately in helping you meet whatever your current challenges might be.

Where we've helped

k-12 national map school consulting

Tatia Prieto - Founder

Tatia has more than 20 years of experience consulting for school districts in 30 states, ranging from Alaska to Florida, in districts from 106 to 740,000 students. She has managed teams with as many as 11 primary consultants and project budgets of more than $500,000. Before launching her own firm, Tatia held leadership positions in two nationally-known K-12 consulting firms.

She also gained management experience with a Fortune 500 company, directed survey research for a national polling company, and supervised research projects for a non-profit institute. Tatia holds an MBA in operations from The University of Texas at Austin and is working on her dissertation in Educational Leadership at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. She is a Project Management Professional (PMP), certified through the Project Management Institute.