The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has announced its National Honors recipients.
“Through significant engagement with their local chapters and communities, our National Honors recipients continue to advance the ASID mission,” said Randy Fiser, ASID's CEO. “They are passionate leaders in our profession and make a meaningful impact on the work we do. Their deep commitment to the interior design profession, the society and its members is inspiring."
Su Casa Redesign Project, New York Metro Chapter is the winner of ASID's Chapter Community Service Award. The award recognizes a professional chapter that has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community service during the previous ASID program year and exemplifies the spirit of bringing design to life in the service of others.
Sybil Barrido of the California Los Angeles Chapter and Mary Knopf of the Alaska Chapter, are the recipients of the ASID Medalist Award, which recognizes members and non-design professionals who have exhibited two of the following three criteria in their career: outstanding service to a chapter or to ASID, significant contributions to the interior design profession and/or significant contributions that enrich the human experience.
Lisa Tucker of the Virginia Chapter received ASID's Educator Medalist Award for her national contributions to interior design education.
Doug Hartsell of the Washington Metro Chapter, and Patty Dominguez of the California Central/Nevada Chapter received ASID's Industry Partner Merit Award for their significant local, regional and national contributions to the interior design profession.
A member of ASID since its inception, Linda Singer Heinz of the Arizona Chapter, was given the Lifetime Award for her service on the ASID National Board, national committees and continued work in the Arizona Chapter.
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