Matthew DeGeeter, ASID, is an award-winning designer and the Vice President of Education and Engagement at ASID. With a passion for developing meaningful experiences, Matthew brings his background as a professional interior designer at a top-5 firm and as a past volunteer leader of ASID to programs, education and professional development opportunities.
Previously, Matthew worked at the Washington, DC office of Perkins+Will where his design work focused on healthcare projects as productive and efficient workplaces for those who staff them, in addition to being places of healing and wellness. As part of local and national design teams, Matthew’s projects received numerous awards and were featured in multiple publications including Architectural Digest, Interiors & Sources, and many more. His projects varied in scale from community health centers to ambulatory care centers, to medical center campus expansions. Select clients include Arlington Free Clinic (Arlington, VA); Whitman-Walker Health (Washington, D.C.); Community of Hope, Conway Health and Resource Center (Washington, D.C.); Page Memorial replacement hospital (Luray, VA); University Health System (San Antonio, TX); and Ministry of Interior Security Forces Medical Center (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia).
As a volunteer leader with ASID, Matthew served as a Director-at-Large on the ASID National Board of Directors, was a two-term Chair for the Emerging Professional Advisory Council and held various chapter positions. Additionally, Matthew consulted as a brand manager for The Global Good Fund, a non-profit that links social investors to high potential young leaders.