When I moved to Atlanta, one of the first networking events I attended was with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Georgia Chapter. I became involved as a volunteer and am quite fortunate to be a part of such a great organization.
ASID works tirelessly to promote that interior design is a service to people — helping improve lives and affect positive change in the community. As professionals, we are committed and dedicated, driven by our love of design and thirst to educate and inspire.
I am proud of my association with ASID, and I’m humbled by what transpired last night as the ASID Georgia Chapter Annual Meeting held at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC). The gathering kicked off a new year of programming and celebrated accomplishments of the previous year. I also received a Georgia Chapter Service Award for Distinguished Service as Communications Director for the Georgia Chapter Board. What a great honor and surprise to receive the recognition!
As the communications director, I managed chapter communications and served as editor of INDESIGN, the chapter’s magazine. INDESIGN is a great resource for members and is one of the most widely read publications we produce. INDESIGN issues can be found on the chapter’s website. You also can read the articles I’ve written on the press page of my website.