2015 ASID National Awards Judges

2014 ASID National Awards Judges

 

Cindy Donn, LEED AP

 

Cindy Donn, LEED AP

Design has been the focus of Cindy Donn’s career for more than forty years and she is passionate champion for the value of design. Donn serves as the Architecture and Design Director for Haworth’s East Region, holds a degree in Interior Design from Eastern Kentucky University, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. As a practicing designer, Donn led the Interior Design department for the U.S. Navy in the Washington, D.C. area. She then transitioned her career to learn another side of the industry and began working at Herman Miller. Over the course of her career, Donn has gained experience in research, design and development, workplace strategy, ergonomics, knowledge marketing, and sales.

 

Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, LEED AP BD+C

 

Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, LEED AP BD+C

Tama Duffy Day is a health and wellness practice area leader at Gensler, and a design professional on the forefront of emerging trends that produce inspirational, effective, and healthy environments. With more than 30 years of experience, Duffy Day is a global leader in the creation of generative spaces that promote individual health, organizational effectiveness, and overall community well-being. Duffy Day has been elected to the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), the American Society of Interior Design (ASID) prestigious College of Fellows, is a member of the Women Business Leaders in Health Care (WBL), and has been recognized as one of the “25 Most Influential People in Healthcare Design” by Healthcare Design magazine.

 

Breeze Glazer, LEED AP

 

Breeze Glazer, LEED AP

Breeze Glazer serves as the Sustainable Design Leader and Research Knowledge Manager for the New York office of Perkins+Will, where he focuses on redefining the role and impacts of the built environment on human and ecological health. Glazer applies his expertise to both interior design and architectural projects across the global corporate, academic, and medical sectors. His sustainability research covers diverse topics, from material health and toxicity to climate change mitigation, often in collaboration with academic institutions and nonprofit organizations. He currently teaches graduate-level courses in applied research for sustainable interiors, net-zero, and high-performance design.

 

Valerie Fletcher

Valerie Fletcher

Valerie Fletcher has been the Executive Director of the Institute for Human Centered Design (IHCD), an international educational, consulting, and design non-profit organization based in Boston, since 1998. IHCD’s mission is to advance the role of design in expanding opportunity and enhancing experience for people of all ages and abilities through excellence in design. Fletcher writes, lectures, and works internationally, and currently oversees projects ranging from consultation and design services, to public and private entities, to generating model projects that demonstrate cutting edge practice. Fletcher has a master’s degree in ethics and public policy from Harvard University, and was awarded the Boston Society of Architects Women in Design award in 2005. She co-chairs the Design Industry Group of Massachusetts and is US representative to the board of the International Association for Universal Design (IAUD).

 

Erika Templeton

 

Erika Templeton

Erika Templeton joined Interiors & Sources magazine as Editorial Director in June 2013. In this newly-created post, Erika manages the direction and strategic development of the ever-expanding I&S universe, including print and digital content, live events, education and research deliverables, and industry partnerships. Previously, Templeton spent five years on the marketing and communications side of the A&D industry.