Nancy Vincent McClelland Merit Award
3 Easy Steps for Nominating Yourself or Someone You Know:
One: Read why this award is important, criteria for nomination, and judging — along with past honorees and details about the 2014 award presentation.
Two: Determine if you or your nominee meets the eligibility requirements.
Three: Fill out the nomination form.
The Nancy Vincent McClelland Merit Award pays tribute to the work and accomplishments of Nancy Vincent McClelland, an ardent advocate for professional recognition in the interior design field and the first woman president of the American Institute of Decorators (now ASID), from 1941 to 1944.
This award honors individuals, organizations, manufacturers, or research projects for outstanding support of the interior design profession through education, research, promotion of the value or impact of interior design, or another significant contribution. Awards will be given annually as merited.
Eligible parties include any individual, organization, manufacturer, or research project that has made lasting and significant contributions to the body of knowledge that supports the profession of interior design. National officers, board members, jurors and Awards Committee members are ineligible during their terms of service.
Each year, the Society president appoints an Awards Committee of ASID professional members, fellows and members of the design community. This committee reviews nominees and selects an honoree. View bios of our 2014 Awards Judges.
The honoree will receive an engraved crystal award at Celebration, the Society's annual gala to be held on June 21, 2014, in Los Angeles.
PREVIOUS NANCY VINCENT MCCLELLAND MERIT AWARD HONOREES
2013: Linda Sorrento, FASID, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C