About Us

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who we are

The International Interior Design Association strives to enhance quality of life through excellence in Interior Design and to advance Interior Design through knowledge. IIDA Tennessee Chapter is a dynamic organization that provides Interior Designers in Tennessee opportunities to enhance professional stature and guarantee a competitive edge. IIDA’s planned approach to enhancing the profession of interior design focuses on image, advocacy, leadership, connection to a global network, knowledge, and education.

Alex Campbell

President

HBG Design

Wendi Donahue

President Elect

West End Interiors

Lew Moore

VP Communications

Moore Solutions

Chris Wood

Memphis City Center Dir.

HBG Design

Melissa Clark

East TN City Center Dir.

cfa

Aja Baldwin

VP Advocacy

Gresham Smith & Partners

Isaac Holman

VP of Revenue Development

ESa

Diane Dimel

VP Student Affairs

Dekalb Office

Nick Green

Asst VP of Revenue Development

Global

Michele McMinn

VP Professional Development

Gresham Smith & Partners

Katja Russell

VP Membership

Maharam

Jane Skelton

Director of Campus Centers

Gresham Smith & Partners

Meagan Vaughn

Director of Special Events

DesignLight

Kathryn Branch

Art Institute & TSU Liaison

Global Furniture Group

Tyler Neil

MTSU Liaison

Design 615

Katja Russell

UT Chattanooga Liaison

Maharam

Elizabeth Wetherall

UT Knoxville Liaison

Lewis Group

Kristin Wormsley

ETSU/PS Liaison

Shaw Contract

Tiana Lemons

Chapter Advisor

Orcutt Winslow

Elizabeth Paxton

Director of Industry Relations

Mohawk

Abbey Boghozian

O'More Liaison

ESa

Sarah Garcia

University of Memphis Liaison

Workplace Furniture

Patrick Kelley

Co-Director of Industry Relations

Interface

city centers

The Tennessee Chapter of IIDA is comprised of three City Centers: East Tennessee, Nashville, and Memphis.
The Director of each City Center is responsible for organizing and leading sub-committees of local members to plan and execute specific activities and events for their area. City Center leadership and participation is a great way to see what IIDA is all about, develop leadership skills, and help shape the future of the Interior Design profession in a direct and hands-on way.

Tennessee Chapter Board members begin their service to IIDA on the City Center level. For more information on your region, including what is happening, what is planned, how to get involved, general Industry questions, suggestions or comments, please contact one of the three City Center Directors below.