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  • Use this toolkit to understand the fundamentals of 3D printers and learn mitigation strategies to support the safe application of this innovative technology.

    Use this toolkit to understand the fundamentals of 3D printers and learn mitigation strategies to support the safe application of this innovative technology. 

    Thanks to the development of affordable, compact, and user-friendly 3D printers, consumer use is booming particularly in offices, classrooms, and homes. 3D printers have become a valuable tool. But, as with so many new technologies, there are also unintended consequences to consider. There’s a growing need to better understand human health and environmental risks associated with 3D printing, specifically as it relates to chemical exposure. Chemical Insights Research Institute, along with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, embarked on a multi-year research initiative on 3D printer emissions. Read this user-friendly toolkit to access essential information, directly applicable to your practice. 

    Register to download the PDF report. 


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    Chemical Insights


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    Learn about trends impacting your design business and practice in the coming year.

    Learn about trends impacting your design business and practice in the coming year.


    Continuing Education Approval
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | CC-120601

    Description

    Learn about the latest changes impacting interior design from ASID Research Fellow, Dr. Dawn Haynie, and leading designers as they discuss the impact of current trends in design. The discussion will focus on how emerging trends can be applied to your work, including the importance of health and wellness, AI technology in design, increased sustainability concerns from extreme weather events and climate change, and the rise in quiet luxury. Designers working in all practice areas and market sectors will benefit and gain insight into how these trends affect your business and practice in 2024 and beyond. The ASID 2024 Trends Outlook Report is sponsored by Sherwin-Williams.

    This is a recording of a live event which took place on January 18, 2023. 

    Additional course materials include the ASID Trends Outlook Preview: Top Trends for 2024, available as a PDF download.


    What You Will Learn
    • Describe how designers have impacted practice by supporting comfort, connection, and blurred lines for accommodation in many transformative ways.  
    • Identify key factors in which Gen Z has influenced our attitudes towards living, working and playing.  
    • Illustrate the custom approach of today’s workplaces to support hybrid work arrangements, maximize team efficiencies, and create an optimal balance of collaboration and focus space needs. 
    • Analyze how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the design industry. 


    Access Period: One year after date of registration.

    Alejandra M. Dunphy, ASID, LEED AP, RID GA

    Founder & Creative Director

    A+D Studio

    Alejandra Martinez Dunphy is the founder and design director of A+D Studio, an Atlanta based interior design studio that specializes in residential and commercial interiors. A+D Studio portfolio consists of projects throughout the Southeast and internationally. Alejandra is a licensed interior designer with the state of Georgia, and a LEED accredited professional with over 20 years of design expertise. Prior to founding her studio, Alejandra worked for leading architectural and interior design firms where she worked on hospitality, Workplace, K-12 Education, Higher Education and Government projects. She is passionate about design, sustainability, and education. In addition to managing her projects, she has been teaching Interior Design at her alma mater, SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design), in Atlanta for over 7 years. Alejandra has been recognized with several design awards, including the ASID Georgia Chapter 2021 Design Excellence Award for Office Design, and 2022 Design Excellence Award for Restaurant Design and Office Design categories; 2022 SEDY Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year finalist, Contract Category. Alejandra’s work has been published in several magazines, such as, Atlanta Homes, Simply Buckhead, Modern Luxury Interiors, Coastal Living, Interior Design, Jezebel Magazine, Dwell and The Atlanta Journal Constitution. She has been interviewed by the Weather Channel and CNN.

    Holley Henderson, LEED Fellow, WELL AP, Fitwel Ambassador

    Director of Strategic Partnerships and Education

    Chemical Insights Research Institute

    Holley Henderson is the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Education for Chemical Insights Research Institute of UL Research Institutes.  Her background includes interior design, sustainability consulting, and providing education for the built environment community.  A frequent speaker on sustainable design issues, she has presented for many groups including Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, IFMA World Workplaces, NeoCon, Greenguard Summit, Hospitality & Design (HD) Conference, CBRE World Conference, the International Convention Center Conference, as well as numerous professional associations, academic institutions, and corporate audiences. Holley is the author of the book, “Becoming a Green Building Professional”. 

    Tyrone Marshall, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C, Assoc. ASHRAE

    Senior Research Lead in Regenerative Design

    Perkins&Will

    Tyrone is a designer and innovative thinker with two decades of experience. A seasoned architectural researcher and computational designer, he serves as a Steering Committee Member for AREA Research. At Perkins&Will, he guides project teams with informed decisions central to architectural performance, planning, and innovative processes. His expertise encompasses daylight, natural ventilation, energy, life-cycle costs, carbon emissions, and the significance of community-centered design. He holds a Master of Science in Architecture focusing on High-Performance Buildings from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the College of Arts, San Francisco, California.

    Monique Koslowski

    Junior Interior Designer

    Kit Castaldo Design

    Monique Koslowski graduated from Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in interior design. Since graduating, she has worked for Kit Castaldo Design as a Junior Interior Designer, contributing to several Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Showhouses and assisting with the design of several residential projects throughout the country. Monique believes that beautiful interiors can transform daily life and she strives to create one-of-a-kind spaces that are not only beautiful, but multifunctional.  

    S. Dawn Haynie, Ph.D., ASID Educator, Assoc. AIA, CNU Advocate (Moderator)

    Research Fellow

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Dr. Dawn Haynie offers a distinctive, interdisciplinary approach to design. She has extensive experience as a researcher, practitioner, and educator across the disciplines of urban design, architecture, interiors, and graphic design. Her work combines research-based strategies with the lessons learned though her years of professional practice to enhance the spatial experience. Before founding Detailed Designs, a R&D consulting firm, she was a senior level designer at ASD | SKY, managing multiple teams to support some of the largest legal and accounting firms in the country. In her practice, she has worked collaboratively to design and implement both new and repositioned projects across different markets – workplace, healthcare, hospitality, and more recently, single-family residential. She is a Research Fellow for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), managing both their internal and external research on the interior design industry. She is a research consultant for a large, interdisciplinary architectural firm in Atlanta, helping them develop a more rigorous research approach and utilize findings in the literature to better inform their design solutions. She is an adjunct professor at Georgia State University, teaching both undergraduate and graduate students. She enjoys sharing her interdisciplinary approach with students and finds joy in seeing students explore new ideas, test established boundaries, and become more critical, creative, and collaborative. Dr. Haynie has a Ph.D. in Architecture, Culture, & Behavior from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University. Her research has been published and presented internationally, and she was recognized by ULI Atlanta in their inaugural 2020 class of The Leaders. She is passionate about the power of design, and she believes an interdisciplinary, research-based approach enriches results. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-120601.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

  • Includes Credits

    Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.

    Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.


    Continuing Education Approval
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-114645 (Your CEU will be reported on your behalf by ASID)


    Supported by
    ASID Foundation


    Description

    Benefit from research exploring older adults’ perceptions and attitudes toward currently available interior design features and assistive technologies that support active living at home. You will learn about assistive technology solutions to support four active living categories: housekeeping; environmental controls; safety and security; and environmental adaptations, in addition to comprehensive smart home/home automation systems. In addition, receive hands-on guidance in applying accessible online tools in your research on assistive technology design solutions. This course presents an overview and findings from a study conducted by Virginia Tech, funded by the ASID Foundation Transform Grant. 


    What You Will Learn
    • Identify currently available design and ambient assistive technologies that can support active living in residential environments of older adults 
    • Recognize which design features and/or assistive technologies may be more appropriate for different older adult populations based on income or ability level 
    • Describe how research studying policy and design process decisions can apply to the larger design community. 
    • Utilize the interactive data visualizations to make informed design decisions on home-based technologies. 


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-114645.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc.

    Assistant Professor of Interior Design, School of Architecture and Design

    Virginia Tech

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc. is an Assistant Professor of Interior Design in Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design. Dr. Tural received her Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning from Arizona State University. Her multidisciplinary design education includes an MFA in Interior Architecture, and a B.Arch. Her research interests include design factors for health and active living with a focus on senior residential environments and lighting design. As the 2017 Edison Price Fellow of the Nuckolls Fund, Dr. Tural worked at Oculus Lighting Studio, a Los Angeles-based architectural lighting design firm to enhance her research and teaching in the field of lighting design. She holds WELL AP and LEED credentials, and is a member of EDRA, IDEC, and IESNA.

  • Learn how to become more agile in delivering value to your community.

    Learn how to become more agile in delivering value to your community.

    The effects of a global pandemic were wide-spread and far reaching. The seemingly sudden shut down of normal social activities had us all scrambling to determine how to continue our mission when we could no longer gather in-person. ASID Carolinas will share their journey through quickly adapting to virtual conferences; leveraging technology, creativity, and pooling chapter connections to continue to provide value to our membership. Join us as we share the good, bad, ugly, and plans for the future based the lessons learned and what our members are telling us they want.         

    Access the recording by clicking on the "On-Demand Content" tab above.

    Program recorded on August 12, 2021.

    Gisele Taylor-Wells, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP

    FY21 President, Carolinas Chapter

    FY22 Chapter Support Team Advisor

    Gisele Taylor Wells, ASID, LEED AP is the current president for the ASID Carolinas Chapter and full time design educator at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston Salem, NC. She earned an bachelor's degree in Interior Architecture and a master's degree in the same field with a concentration in Historic Preservation. Prior to becoming an educator, Gisele held positions with commercial design firms that focused on healthcare, retail, showroom, and corporate projects. She is passionate about design, old buildings, books, family, and taking the time to enjoy the little things.

    Shane Jones, Allied ASID (Moderator)

    FY22 Chapter Support Team Chair

    Former President, Carolinas Chapter

    Passionate about all things colorful, sustainable and unique. Shane Jones has worked for over seven years as a designer account executive at Sherwin-Williams Paint, serving the North Carolina design community. A graduate of UNC Greensboro with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture, Shane is responsible for educating the residential market including interior designers, architects, and design students about color and product resources at Sherwin-Williams. Shane’s goal is to engage and inspire designers. Shane is Past President 2018/19 of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Carolinas Chapter. She was acknowledged as an ASID Ones to Watch 2020 Award Recipient and is currently a Chapter Support Team (CST) national committee member, set to assume the role of Chair of the CST Committee in 2021-2022. Shane is a National Emerald Industry Partner/Sponsor of the Interior Design Society. 

  • Explore the tools and information you need to successfully advocate for your profession, which will help you advocate for yourself.

    Explore the tools and information you need to successfully advocate for your profession, which will help you advocate for yourself.

    What happens in state capitals or Washington, D.C. can have significant impact on your business, covering everything from practice rights, taxes on services, copyright laws, and green building standards. These issues may not affect you today, but they could impact your business tomorrow. The ASID Government and Public Affairs (GPA) team works tirelessly to inform decision makers and citizens on the impact of design on the human experience and the health, safety, and welfare of the public. Hear from ASID staff leadership and Advocate by Design (AxD) volunteers to learn about advocacy and the key issues of today. 

    On-demand recording presented as part of the 2021 ASID Virtual Conference.

    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

    Bryan Soukup, Esq.

    Vice President, Government & Public Affairs

    American Society of Interior Designers

    As Vice President of Government and Public Affairs for ASID, Bryan J. Soukup, Esq., leads the Society's strategic efforts to advocate for the interior design profession from a legislative, regulatory, and policy perspective before the federal and state governments. He is the Society's sole registered federal lobbyist and chief advocate at the state and local levels. Prior to joining ASID in summer 2018, Bryan served as Director of Resilience Initiatives and as a registered federal and state lobbyist for the International Code Council (ICC).  He is a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia and in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    Tracey Fillmore, NCIDQ, ASID, CAPS, Green AP, RID

    Senior Facilities Designer, Lee Health

    Chair, ASID Advocate by Design Council and Policy, Codes & Standards Committee

    As Chair of the ASID National Advocate by Design Council, and the Policy, Codes & Standards Committee, Tracey Fillmore, NCIDQ, ASID, CAPS, Green AP, RID (FL) leads a team of highly skilled interior design practitioners to advocate for the interior design profession on many fronts. The Council is tasked with representing the profession in policy, codes, and standards development forums (ICC, NFPA, BIFMA, USGBC, and many others); submission of proposals and recommendations to federal, state, and local governments and agencies; evaluation and revision of the ASID Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; member and industry outreach and engagement; and review and expert input regarding design education. In this role, Tracey is also ASID’s member representative to a variety of national and international code, standards, education, and professional ethics entities.  

    Prior to becoming an ASID Professional Interior Designer, Tracey was a fire safety inspector in her home state of Florida. That experience provided Tracey with great opportunities to utilize her codes knowledge and skills to design in many different types of buildings and occupancy types. She currently serves as a Senior Facilities Designer for a large healthcare organization in Florida. 

  • Learn how updates to ASID governance will affect your chapter.

    Learn how updates to ASID governance will affect your chapter.

    Learn how ASID national leadership is supporting chapters and building a more inclusive Society through significant updates to the bylaws and policies governing the organization. We will cover the most critical updates impacting chapter operations, including eligibility for chapter board service, changes to quorum and board voting, Nominating Committee composition, and eligibility to vote in chapter elections. All of these changes combined will help your chapter become more inclusive and allow for more nimble and flexible self-governance.


    Click on the Content tab to find:
    • Video breaking down the most significant changes and how they benefit chapters
    • ASID Statement on updated bylaws and policies
    • Policies of the American Society of Interior Designers, October 2022
    • Bylaws of the American Society of Interior Designers, October 2022
    • Quiz to test your knowledge

    Benjamin Huntington, FASID, NCIDQ, NYS CID

    FY23 Advisor | Owner + Principal

    Chapter Support Team | Veritate Design

    Benjamin trained in England, obtaining a BA Hons from Kingston University. After several years working at a London boutique architectural firm, he became the youngest associate in the firm’s history. In 1987 he moved to New York and founded his own interior design studio. In the 34 years since founding his studio, Benjamin has fully renovated a great variety of properties for his clients, including Hamptons houses, a 15-bedroom ski chateau, brownstones, numerous Manhattan apartments, and an art gallery. Benjamin has also trained and taught at a wide variety of Feng Shui Schools, developing and practicing his unique style of Feng Shui. Benjamin has a long history of volunteering within the New York interior design community in a wide variety of roles with ASID and Interior Designers for Legislation in NY (IDLNY). In addition, he co-chaired the CIDQ Committee that developed the NCIDQ Ambassador program. As former president of the ASID Metro New York Chapter (2020-21), he now serves as an advisor on the FY22 Chapter Support Team and is the chair of the Ethics & Professional Responsibility Committee of the ASID Advocate by Design Council.

    Jessica Irizarry

    Director of Chapter Strategy & Program Development

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Jessica A Irizarry is an association management professional specializing in component relations and volunteer management. Passionate about community stability and growth, as well as an avid volunteer herself, she has shared her enthusiasm and expertise in support of ASID chapters for the last eight years. Jessica served as the 2022-2023 National Chair of the American Society for Association Executives (ASAE) Component Relations and Volunteer Management Professionals Advisory Council. Jessica holds a degree in communication and political science from the University of South Alabama, located in Mobile, AL where she currently resides with her fur babies, Lady, Stella and Tiger Lilly,

    Robin Anderson (Moderator)

    Director of Education, ASID

    Online Instructor

    Robin Anderson is an adult education and online learning professional with over 15 years of experience in teaching and learning methods, instructional design, educational research and learning theory, and program management in higher education institutions and non-profit organizations. She has developed curricula for textbooks, professional education for in-person and virtual education environments, and career education programs. Her experience with non-profit organizations ranges from committee work and volunteering to leading a national board of trustees. She has presented nationally at conferences and workshops for her research in experiential and transformative learning methods efficacy.

    Robin holds an M.Ed. in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, and specialty certifications in Ergonomics Assessment, and Quality Matters Online Learning Standards. She has a B.A. in Journalism from University of Maryland in College Park, MD. (randerson@asid.org)

  • ASID Education has established the self-reporting CEU approval process for ASID members to submit information about courses taken to determine eligibility towards meeting the member CEU requirement.

    ASID Education has established the self-reporting CEU approval process for ASID members to submit information about courses taken to determine eligibility towards meeting the member CEU requirement. 

    There is a $25 processing fee charged per course to review your submission(s). 
    Review the complete guidelines carefully before proceeding: 

    STOP! Do not submit the form if your course is already approved by any of the following organizations. You may self-report to IDCEC without prior approval. 

    More information under “ASID Approved Continuing Education Units” 


    GO! Use this self-reporting CEU submission form when either of the following apply: 
    • Course taken at an accredited college or university 
    • Course offered or approved by any other provider not listed above 

    What we don’t accept 

    ASID follows the IDCEC guidelines to determine CEU eligibility. The following types of activities are typically not approved by ASID Education: 

    • Sales presentations by manufacturers/vendors  
    • Proprietary product-oriented material and promotion of products or services, including factory tours. Any courses from manufacturers must be generic and not specific to their product line. 
    • Credentialing exam preparation courses such as those for NCIDQ, LEED or WELL. 
    • Trips or tours to places of interest, except for educational lectures provided at museums or other cultural institutions which are led by qualified instructors and directly relate to design. Self-guided tours are not accepted

    Note: You cannot receive credit again for a course you completed previously. 


    To submit
    • There is a $25 processing fee charged per course to review your submission(s). This fee is non-refundable regardless of whether your CEU is approved or declined. 
    • Click on the Register button in the top right to pay the $25 processing fee. You will then have access to the form, along with instructions on how to submit. 
    • If submitting multiple CEUs for approval, we will follow up with your for additional payment information.

    Email education@asid.org with questions about the process. 

  • Learn best practices and tips for managing your chapter's awards program.

    Learn best practices and tips for managing your chapter's awards program.

    This is a recording of a live Zoom Meeting in which chapter leaders had the opportunity to connect and learn best practices from leaders with experience managing awards programs at the chapter level. Listen in on the lively discussion and get answers to your most pressing questions. Topics covered include how to set up your awards program (including technology), generating revenue, marketing and expanding your reach.

    Recording of a program held on February 24, 2022.


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    Ariel Cox, Allied ASID, CAPS (Moderator)

    FY22 Chapter Support Team Advisor | Director of Marketing + Interior Design

    Nuance Interiors

    Ariel Cox, Allied ASID, CAPS, serves as the Director of Marketing + Interior Designer for Nuance Interiors, based in Dallas, TX.  After graduating with her Bachelor’s in Interior Design from Baylor University, she worked for several years as a Design Associate at Marc-Michaels Interior Design. Most recently, for three years she served as an Interior Designer and Project Manager for A.Clore Interiors in Sanford, FL. She is a 2018 ASID Ones to Watch Winner and an ASID National Honors Medalist Recipient. As a member of the ASID Florida North Chapter Board, she has held the positions of Design Community Coordinator, Communications Director, President-Elect and President. She was appointed an FY2022 Chapter Support Team Advisor. 

    Meridith Ranouil, Allied ASID, CKBD,

    Excellence in Design Competition Chair

    ASID South Central Chapter

    Since founding her high-end residential interior design firm MLH Designs in 2003, Meridith Ranouil has won numerous awards including three Excellence in Design Ovation Awards for Residential Design and the Interior Design Society’s Designer of the Year award. Meridith’s award-winning projects range from urban apartments and boutiques to family homes and gourmet kitchens. Her work has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, Kitchen and Bath Ideas, Dream Lofts & Condos, Arkansas Life and At Home in Arkansas, among other publications. 

    Laura McDonald Stewart, FASID, RID, LEED AP, WELL AP

    Owner, Laura McDonald Enterprises | Founder

    Laura McDonald Enterprises | PLiNTH & CHiNTZ: Interior Design Blog and Industry Resource

    Laura received her BS in Civil Engineering from Southern Methodist University and her MFA in Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design. After several years designing corporate projects, she founded Laura McDonald Enterprises and PLiNTH & CHiNTZ, the interior design blog and industry resource. For almost 10 years Stewart also managed METROCON Expo & Conference, the annual two-day event in Dallas focusing on the built environment. She has served on the ASID National Board, currently serves as the I.T. Chair for the Texas Chapter, sits on four interior design department advisory councils, and was the recipient of the 2009 NCIDQ National Louis S. Tregre Award.

  • Learn how to effectively "pass the baton" and onboard new chapter leaders

    Learn how to effectively "pass the baton" and onboard new chapter leaders.


    This program offered an opportunity to connect with and learn best practices from leaders with experience in transition planning at the chapter level. Volunteer experts focused on strategies to set up your new board members for success, finding new roles for leaders stepping down from the board, and the big picture of chapter leader succession planning and volunteer recruitment. 


    This is a recording of a live, virtual event which took place on August 23, 2022.

    Darrin Brooks, ASID, IIDA, IDEC

    Past President

    ASID Intermountain Chapter

    Darrin Brooks is a professor of interior design in the interior architecture and design department at Utah State University. His research at Utah State identifies branding strategies relating to the décor changes in the Oval Office from 1934 to the present. In 2018 Brooks received the Teacher of the Year Award from the Caine College of the Arts. His mantra is “design like you give a damn,” and his work shows his commitment to interior design education and practice. He is a designer and owner of Brooks Design Associates, a firm specializing in both residential and commercial interior design. Brooks served two terms as President ASID’s Intermountain Chapter. In 2008, Brooks was one of four founding members of Ideal For Utah or IDEAL (Interior Design Education and Legislation), which is a coalition established to protect rights and establish licensing for interior designers in the State of Utah. In 2016 Utah become 27th State to adopt Interior Design Legislation. Brooks’ design work has received numerous awards from ASID and IIDA and his work has been presented in several juried shows. In addition, his work has appeared in various magazines and journals such as Bedroom and Bath, Journal of Interior Design, Sources and Design, Southern Accents, Vermont, and Greenwich.  

    Nicole Cecil, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C

    Professional Development Director, ASID Intermountain Chapter

    Former ASID Chapter Support Team Advisor

    Nicole Cecil has been a leader in the Interior Design Industry with over 25 years of experience. She has held a position as a Project Manager for over a decade at The University of Idaho, City of Nampa and currently at the State of Idaho. For 15 years she was a lead Interior Designer in private practice at an Architecture and Engineering firm in which she has experience in all areas of Contract Design. Ms. Cecil strives to not only help create environments that are aesthetically pleasing, but more importantly function and are maintainable for years to come.  Her desire is to help people feel productive, healthy and satisfied in their interior spaces. Ms. Cecil has also served as an educator and volunteer at the collegiate level and currently serves as a CIDA Site Visitor, ASID Chapter Director, and Interior Designers of Idaho Board Member. She has served on multiple boards, including ASID Intermountain Chapter (2015, 2016, 2017,  2022) and as a Board of Director at an Architecture and Engineering Firm (CSHQA 2019). Ms. Cecil has also served as a ASID Chapter Support Team member overseeing (7) California Chapters (2017-2019). She has served as an NCIDQ Exam Writer (2012), Professional Advisor for a local High School (2009-2011) and as a Juror for the Interior Designers of Idaho Chair Affair (2016, 2022). 

    Kaye Christiansen Englert, FASID, NCIDQ, CAPS, SCCID

    Chair, Government & Public Affairs Committee, ASID Intermountain Chapter

    Past President, ASID Intermountain Chapter

    Kaye Christiansen Englert has always believed in advancing the profession of interior design through education, experience, examination and licensing. Kaye holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Interior Design and Advertising Design and has practiced Interior Design for over 40 years, creating timeless, published and award winning designs; transforming spaces and impacting lives. She founded Christiansen Englert Design Associates in 1987 and later incorporated as Design Plus, Inc. in 1996. Kaye served as ASID Chapter President for two consecutive terms in 1985 and 1986. She served on the National Board of Directors of ASID in 1986 and then served a two-year term on the National Board of Directors in 1987-1988. She also served on the Executive Committee of ASID as the Rocky Mountain Regional Vice President in 1987-1988. Kaye is a Fellow of ASID, the Society’s highest honor and currently serves as the Intermountain Chapter Government and Public Affairs Chair. Kaye has advocated for licensing for the interior design profession throughout her  career and co-founded IDEAL for Utah (Interior Design Education And Legislation) an independent coalition in 2008. She initiated and was instrumental in the successful passage of Senate Bill 117 in Utah in 2016 and is now a Certified Commercial Interior Designer, licensed in the State of Utah, with permitting privileges.

    Madeline Randolfi, ASID, NCIDQ (Moderator)

    ASID Chapter Support Team Advisor

    Past President, ASID Intermountain Chapter

    Madeline Randolfi is a certified interior designer at Cushing Terrell in Billings, Montana. Her portfolio spans a variety of vertical markets including commercial interiors, education, and healthcare working with local, regional, and international clients. Apart from her career as an interior designer, Madeline is also a cultural ambassador at Cushing Terrell. Her role consists of influencing the experience of new team members, while also supporting the firm's involvement in local communities and across digital platforms through social media. In 2018 Madeline was selected as a rising star to participate in the TransFORM Workshop presented by Design Milk and Patcraft, an immersive forum focusing on design and creativity held in Los Angeles, California. Outside of the studio, Madeline finds inspiration in cooking, baking, traveling, and backpacking in Montana's beautiful backcountry.

  • Learn best practices for chapter marketing and communications strategies from experienced chapter leaders.

    Learn best practices for chapter marketing and communications strategies from experienced chapter leaders.

    View this recording of a live panel presentation and Q&A focused on best practices and tips for managing marketing and communications at the chapter level. The intended audience includes new chapter leaders looking to learn and experienced leaders wanting to learn something new. 

    This is a recording of a live Zoom Meeting held on April 26, 2022.


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    Kasey Sterling

    Administrator

    California Orange County Chapter

    Kasey Sterling has been involved in interior design for 22 years, graduating from the Interior Designer’s Institute in Newport Beach in 2001 and finishing her graduate work in Oxford, UK. She spent the first decade of her career working as an industry partner in a high-end multi-line residential showroom before transitioning to a design firm. Currently the ASID CA Orange County Chapter’s administrator, she’s been a student, industry partner, and practitioner member of ASID, and previously served as ASID OC’s communications director.

    Emma Tessler, Allied ASID

    Communications Committee Chair & Digital Media Specialist

    New York Metro Chapter

    Emma Tessler is the founder and CEO of Ninety Five Media, a female-run digital marketing agency that helps scaling brands monetize their digital marketing using the Ninety Five Media Method. They help their clients connect with ideal clients, build community, and convert audience members into paying clients. 

    Hannah Wiser, Allied ASID

    Professional Development Director

    Carolinas Chapter

    Hannah Wiser began her journey with ASID at East Carolina University. She volunteered as treasurer and president for the ECU Student Chapter while earning top of class for both her BS in Interior Design and MS in Quantitative Economics and Econometrics. Hannah continued with ASID as a design research intern, working with Susan Chung, former VP of Research, at ASID headquarters. She also interned with Aviva Stanoff Design during two seasons of High Point Market. Hannah has since worked as a consultant for commercial banking clients at Financial Risk Group in Cary, NC. She specialized in technical communication and documentation, completing projects that range from coding to data strategy transformation. Hannah is now a founding partner of a mentorship business focused on personal and professional development programs. She currently serves as the Professional Development Director for the ASID Carolinas Chapter.

    Benjamin Huntington, FASID, NCIDQ, NYS CID (Moderator)

    FY23 Advisor | Owner + Principal

    Chapter Support Team | Veritate Design

    Benjamin trained in England, obtaining a BA Hons from Kingston University. After several years working at a London boutique architectural firm, he became the youngest associate in the firm’s history. In 1987 he moved to New York and founded his own interior design studio. In the 34 years since founding his studio, Benjamin has fully renovated a great variety of properties for his clients, including Hamptons houses, a 15-bedroom ski chateau, brownstones, numerous Manhattan apartments, and an art gallery. Benjamin has also trained and taught at a wide variety of Feng Shui Schools, developing and practicing his unique style of Feng Shui. Benjamin has a long history of volunteering within the New York interior design community in a wide variety of roles with ASID and Interior Designers for Legislation in NY (IDLNY). In addition, he co-chaired the CIDQ Committee that developed the NCIDQ Ambassador program. As former president of the ASID Metro New York Chapter (2020-21), he now serves as an advisor on the FY22 Chapter Support Team and is the chair of the Ethics & Professional Responsibility Committee of the ASID Advocate by Design Council.