Cheryl DiMenna received an BFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art, now known as MICA, graduating in 1982 with a major in Interior Design. She earned her NCIDQ certificate in 1986 and is a Certified Interior Designer in Maryland.
Ms. DiMenna is currently a freelance designer participating in commercial, residential, and healthcare projects. Primarily she is hired for programming, space planning, construction documents, cabinetry design/detailing, and specifications.
While a member of ASID , Cheryl participated in activities to encourage passage of the original licensure legislation in Maryland. She served on several committees for the Maryland chapter including the Nominating Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, was on the Chapter Board for 5 years, and served as the STEP Chair for 26 years. Ms. DiMenna has been informing students about the NCIDQ Exam and proper preparation at various colleges and Student Career Days , and has reviewed student portfolios at NeoCon East. She also served on the ASID Foundation Jury reviewing scholarships and awards for undergraduate and graduate students. She was an Adjunct Faculty member in the Interior Design Department at Harford Community College. Cheryl taught STEP Workshops for 17 years and has been a QPrep Instructor since its inception in 2011.
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Phyllis D. Moore, FASID, received a BS degree in Interior Design from the University of Alabama and is the owner of Interior Design Source, LLC in Decatur, Alabama since 1976. Ms. Moore, a charter member of the Alabama Interior Design Coalition, served as Secretary, Board President. She co-authored the practice act that passed in the Alabama Legislature in 2001 and has actively promoted interior design legislation for over 17 years. An NCIDQ Certificate since 1983, she is a professional member of ASID.
Ms. Moore has served as Board Member, Treasurer, and President of the Alabama Chapter of ASID as well as several state committees. Phyllis has served ASID on the national level as chairman of the ASID Legislative Advisory Council, Chairman of the ASID Student Advisory Council, member of the ASID Referral Service Council, member of the ASID Chapter Support Team, ASID National Nominating Committee, and as a director on the ASID National Board of Directors.
Phyllis became an ASID Fellow in 2001 and the recipient of the Jack Davis outstanding Alumni Award from the University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences. She has received the ASID National Merit Award as well as 3 National Presidential Citations and 2 Outstanding Chapter Member Awards form the Alabama Chapter. She has served on the NCIDQ IDEP committee , served as an ASID STEP Instructor, ASID DSS speaker for Legislative CEU, and currently serves on the NCIDQ Peer Review Committee, Neocon Program Advisory Committee and as a Q Prep instructor.
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