CEU: Advocating for the Future of Interior Design

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November 20, 2024 11:30 am

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Learn how to advocate for the value of interior design through developing and constructing safe and healthy spaces with speaker Lauren A. Earley, Esq. Interior designers have a responsibility to advocate for their profession. How you, as a practitioner, represent interior design impacts public perception of the profession – from your family and friends in your immediate circle, to your colleagues and peers in your professional network, to your clients and the end users in your projects. Trust is built between you and these various audiences when you develop the interior environment by applying your knowledge of codes, policies, standards, and more. If you don’t advocate for the value of interior design, who will?  

As Associate Director of Government and Public Affairs for ASID, Lauren A. Earley, Esq. advocates for the interior design profession by leading the Society’s legislative, regulatory, and policy efforts at the state and federal levels. Lauren completed a fellowship with ASID in fall 2020 and represented property owners’ associations and condominium unit owners’ associations as a law firm associate in 2021, before returning to ASID in spring 2022.