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ASID Welcomes 2011 Board of Directors
BOARD MEMBERS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE FUTURE/ AS ASID BEGINS a new ﬁscal year this month, we
welcome a new group of volunteers to the Society’s board of directors. Lisa B. Henry, FASID, LEED AP, was named ASID President-elect for ﬁscal year 2011, and will succeed Michael Thomas, FASID, CAPS, as president in FY 2012. One of Henry’s goals in her role as president-elect is to encourage collaboration with strategic partners as a powerful way to help ASID achieve better outcomes and communicate our messages to wider audiences. “How can I not be excited and optimistic
about our future,” says Henry. “The world needs good design and as it gets more complex and interconnected, strong design leadership will provide much-needed clarity.” In addition to Henry, Sybil Jane Barrido, ASID, CID; Sonya Dufner, ASID, LEED AP; and Sandy Gordon, FASID, LEED AP, join the ASID Board of Directors as incoming directors-at-large. Bridget McMullin, ASID, also begins a board term as Chapter Support Team Representative to the Board. They join current board members
Deborah Lloyd Forrest, FASID; Shirley Hammond, FASID; Tim Schelfe, ASID; Industry Partner Representative to the Board Lynn Metz, ASID, LEED A P; and past president Sari Graven, FASID. Completing their terms on the board of directors are Stephanie Clemons, Ph.D., FASID, FIDEC; Charrisse Johnston, ASID, LEED AP; Jessica Mahne, ASID, IDEC; Rachelle Schoessler Lynn, FASID, LEED AP; and Society past president Bruce Brigham, FASID.
SYBIL JANE BARRIDO
“The world needs good design and as it gets more complex and interconnected, strong design leadership will provide much-needed clarity.” - Lisa Henry, FASID, LEED AP
Lisa Henry, FASID, LEED AP, is the Knoll Denver region Architecture and Design Director. Her passion and focus there is on developing ideas and implementing leading edge workplace solutions for corporate office design based on Knoll’s research. __ “My experiences within ASID have consistently supported my professional evolution and have helped me to keep my ﬁnger on the pulse of an entire spectrum of designers. As an advocate for the profession, I can be counted on to promote the compelling ways effective interior design can beneﬁt the business bottom line, enhance people’s health and living experience, and be environmentally sound.” Sybil Jane Barrido, ASID, CID, is principal designer for SJvD Design, a full service interior design/development firm in Long Beach, Calif., specializing in hospitality, urban re-use, commercial and residential projects. She is also co-founder/ executive director of the Center for Interior Design and Executive Resources (CIDER), providing professional office spaces for designers. “My desire to serve on the board, during one of the most challenging economic times, is to help bring focus to the needs of our membership. My hope and wish for this year is to bring greater enrichment to this great profession for which we all share a great love.” Sonya Dufner, ASID, LEED AP, is an associate principal and workplace strategist at the New York Office of Perkins+Will, where she focuses on aligning business objectives with workplace design for both corporate and institutional clients. __ “I’m excited to give back to the organization that has always offered me such excellent leadership training. I think that my strategic planning expertise and future-thinking mindset will help the organization plan for the future, including investing in, and engaging with, younger designers.” Sandy Gordon, FASID, LEED AP, is owner of Sandy Gordon Interiors in Madison, Wisc., specializing in kitchen and bath, retail, sustainable design and aging-in-place design. An instructor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, she is a frequent speaker on a variety of design topics. __ “I look forward to moving ASID to the foreground of the business arena, positioning designers to be agents of change and innovation. Designers are trained to be facilitators, innovators and collaborators. The more we leverage this, the better we are positioned for success and better lives for all.” Bridget McMullin, ASID, is owner and principal of The McMullin Design Group in Haddonﬁeld, N.J. She recently served on the ASID Chapter Support Team, developing training materials for chapter boards, increasing communications with chapters and establishing leadership training programs. __ “Over the years, I’ve discovered that I enjoy the management and business side of interior design more than actual design time! As a board member, I will continue my advocacy for increased development of leadership training and business skills for our members.”
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Making Their Mark
A Year of Ups and Downs
Design For Life
Resource Guide & Advertisers
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