Bari A. Garst, ASIDRichard Dean, Allied ASIDJane Ann Moyer, Allied ASIDLaura K. Suhr, Allied ASIDSara Gans, Allied ASIDArlene Ladegaard, Allied ASIDDebbie Stark-Deutsch, Allied ASIDMark A. Sudermann, Allied ASID
Debbie Stark-Deutsch, Allied ASID
Arlene Ladegaard, Allied ASID
Mark A. Sudermann, Allied ASID
Bari A. Garst, ASID
Laura K. Suhr, Allied ASID
Jane Ann Moyer, Allied ASID
Sara Gans, Allied ASID
Richard Dean, Allied ASID
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What is ASID?

American Society of Interior Design (ASID) is a community of people – designers, industry representatives, educators and students – committed to interior design. Through education, knowledge sharing, advocacy, community building and outreach, we strive to advance the interior design profession and, in the process, to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to positively change people’s lives.   Our 28,000 members engage in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 48 chapters throughout the United States and Canada.

Founded in 1975, ASID is the oldest, largest and leading professional organization for interior designers. The rich, vibrant history of the organization goes back much further, to the founding of its predecessor organizations, the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID), and the National Society of Interior Designers (NSID).

ASID inspires and enriches our members by promoting the value of interior design, while providing indispensible knowledge and experiences that build relationships.  The societies 15,500 practicing interior designers work in all areas of commercial and residential design.  Professional members of ASID must pass rigorous acceptance standards, including a combination of accredited design education and/or full time work experience and passage of a two-day accredited examination administered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ).

ASID Industry Partners include more than 2,100 member firms with more than 6,000 individual representatives, uniting the professional designer with manufacturers of design-related products and services.

The Society’s membership also includes more than 6,500 students of interior design. ASID has more than 280 student chapters at colleges, universities and design schools with 2-year and 4-year programs throughout the U.S. as well as several “virtual” chapters through online institutions.

(Excerpts from www.asid.org/content/about-asid)