Student Advisory Council

Meet The 2013-2014 Student Advisory Council

The Student Advisory Council welcomes you to discover who we are, what we do and why we exist. Come meet our members and get acquainted!

SAC understands that interior design students are the future of the profession and of the Society. In order to encourage and support this membership segment, the SAC concentrates on building programs for students that will enhance their undergraduate learning and ease their transition into the professional ranks. Read more on SAC Mission, Goals and Projects.

The ASID headquarters staff liaison is Tiffany Neumann, you can email her at; however below are the SAC leaders who are assigned to specific member communications, find your advisor!

The Key Players:

Bridget McMullin, ASID, CID, CAPS 
ASID Pennsylvania East

ASID leadership: ASID Chapter Support Team; ASID RealWorld DesignWeek student shadow day professional participant; ASID Appointments Team; ASID Audit Committee, ASID PA East Chapter Membership Director, President-elect and President; New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation
Favorite Blog/Website: Ideas can come from anywhere!

Bridget has spent the past eight years working in various positions throughout her local ASID chapter as well as nationally. From working with students locally through mentorship and internships, chapter charity events, design awards as well as the honor to serving as ASID PA East's Chapter President to participating nationally as the CST Chair and as the CST Representative to the Board, every position has made her a better designer, speaker, as well as business owner.  Bridget looks forward to working with students on a national to help them realize their networking potential through ASID and how that networking will enhance their career in years to come.


Corey Allen Davey, Allied ASID
ASID Texas Chapter
ASID leadership: Austin DC Financial Chair; Texas Chapter SRB; 2013 SRB of the Year
Favorite Blog/Website: Plinth and Chintz

Corey Allen Davey is a recent graduate of Texas State University – San Marcos. Currently, he is serving as the Student Representative to the Board for the Texas Chapter and has served as the ASID student chapter president at Texas State University.  As SRB, Corey has been very proactive with students in the Texas chapter, organizing events and increasing student involvement at chapter and design community events. Because of his involvement and dedication to ASID students and his state chapter, he was named SRB of the Year for the United States. As an emerging professional, Corey is looking forward to continuing his involvement as the incoming financial chair of the Austin Design Community as well as a new member of the Student Advisory Council. 


Dianne Etheredge
ASID Texas Chapter
ASID leadership: ASID Nominating Committee Chair; ASID Texas Chapter President; ASID Chapter President-elect; ASID Strategic Planning Committee; ASID Fundraising Committee Chair; ASID Student Advisory Council Member
Favorite Blog/Website:

Dianne Etheredge is a professional registered interior design practitioner in the state of Texas through the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners and is NCIDQ certified. President of Etheredge Design Associates, Inc., Dianne Etheredge has worked in the interior design industry for 40 years. Dianne Etheredge, Etheredge Design Associates, Inc. was awarded second place in the American Society of Interior Design, Texas Chapter Legacy of Design, 2007 for a traditional residence of less than 3500 square feet. Some of her design related services are, Co-Chairman of METROCON since 2007 and she served as Presiding Chairman of METROCON10, representing the American Society of Interior Designers, ASID Texas Chapter. Dianne was honored to serve as President of the Texas Chapter of American Society of Interior Designers, in 2010-2011. She is also a member of the Texas-Oklahoma Chapter of the International Interior Design Association, IIDA. Current Council memberships include service on the American Society of Interior Designers’ Student Advisory Council (SAC) and service within the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) as a Site Visitor.


Melissa Moseley, ASID, CID, LEED AP
ASID Virginia Chapter
ASID leadership: ASID Virginia Chapter Membership Director; Professional Liaison to VCU ASID Student Chapter; ASID Student Advisory Council, member and chair
Favorite Blog/Website:  and

Melissa is an award winning interior designer, budding yogi, mother of dogs, and lover of cheeseburgers.  She has lived all over the United States and abroad, now claiming Richmond, Virginia as her home.  Melissa works at KSA Interiors on exciting projects for corporate and healthcare clients, making sure cubicles are the right size and clinic waiting rooms have proper signage.  She is passionate about working with design students and feels fortunate to be the ASID Professional Liaison to the VCU ASID Student Chapter as well as serving on the ASID National Student Advisory Council.  Seeing students evolve into designers, and being a (small) part of that, is a thrill for her. You can often find her coaching them on the finer points of life, including where to get the best doughnuts, no matter what city you’re in.


Laura C. Kimball, ASID, CID
ASID Maryland Chapter
ASID leadership: ASID Student Chapter Advisor for the CCBC Chapter; Maryland Chapter President, President-elect; ASID Student Portfolio and Resume Reviewer at NeoCon East; ASID RealWorld DesignWeek student shadow day professional participant; ASID Student Chapter and Educator Design Competition Reviewer; Maryland chapter Design Competition Co-chair; Maryland chapter Student Design Competition Chair; Ask a Designer Event Chair; Home for the Holidays Co-coordinator; ASID BYU Student Chapter President
Favorite Website/ Blog: I enjoy the posts on for a fun mix of innovation, application, design and life.  



Lauren Coaston, Student ASID 

Ohio South Kentucky Chapter of ASID
ASID leadership: Past SRB, Ohio South/Kentucky Chapter; Past Student Chapter President AiOHC Chapter
Favorite Blog/Website: Moco Loco –

Lauren Coaston is a student at The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati. She is currently in her senior year and has served as Past ASID Student Chapter President and Student Representive to the Board of Directors for the Ohio Kentucky Chapter. Lauren has been very active in her chapter for the past 3 years and is looking forward to being an active member of the SAC.


Lauren Reinhard, Allied ASID
ASID leadership:  Student Advisory Council Student Chapter President Liaison
Favorite Blog/Website: Design Sponge - and Dezeen -

Lauren Reinhard is originally from Newark, DE and is a graduate of Radford University’s Interior Design program. She moved to New York City post-graduation to pursue a career in commercial design, and continues to find inspiration in every aspect of the city and people who surround her. She is working toward becoming a LEED certified designer, and hopes to focus on sustainable design in the future. She has begun work with IDLNY (Interior Design Legislators of New York). Having been the Student President Liaison for the SAC this past year, Lauren is excited to continue being involved in the organization.