San Antonio Design Community
ANNUAL BUSINESS OF DESIGN EVENT
Don’t miss this year’s great line up (see below)! GO HERE to purchase a ticket.
HONORING A BELOVED MEMBER
The ASID Chapter Medalist Award is the highest award bestowed by ASID on Society members at the chapter level in recognition of outstanding service and significant contributions to their chapter and to the body of knowledge that supports the profession of interior design.
The medal is granted on the basis of fulfilling all of the three following criteria:
• Outstanding and significant service to interior design education and/or an ASID chapter.
• Significant local, regional or national contributions to interior design education.
• Outstanding, significant and continued contributions that have enriched the human experience.
Congratulations, Robin, on this incredible achievement, as well as your contribution to the book “Independent for Life: Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging America” that was recently favorably reviewed in the The New York Times The New Old Age blog. The ASID San Antonio Design Community and the ASID Texas Chapter appreciate all that you have given to us and the entire interior design industry over the years!
2013-2014 Board of Volunteers for San Antonio
Programming is only possible with the help of volunteers. Thank you to the following members for taking the time to bring value to the members of this Design Community.
Chair – Donna K. Reed, Allied ASID
Financial Chair – Joyce Bryant, Allied ASID, RID
Membership Co-Chairs – Dianne Clay, Allied ASID & Vicki Lynn, ASID IP Rep – Design Materials Inc.
Special Events Co-Chairs – Adrian Galvan, Allied ASID & Ron Smith, Allied ASID
Industry Partner Liaison – Veronica Gaytan-Ackels, ASID IP Rep – Design Guide Texas
Historian Chair – Nichelle Hosley, Allied ASID
Hospitality Chair – Melissa Anne Backhus, Allied ASID
Communications Chair – Darby Soehnge, Allied ASID
Emerging Professions Chair – Gina Roth, Allied ASID
Community Partnership Liaison – Justin Bravo, ASID IP Rep – BRAVI
Student Representative – Jocelyn Lopez, Student ASID