PROpel is a national competition created exclusively for emerging leaders, providing the opportunity for engagement in discussions and connections with influential representatives in the interior design community.
Emerging leaders will have the opportunity to hear an inspiring keynote presentation and network with their peers, industry professionals, and the IDC board at the PROpel Emerging Leaders Program and Mixer during the virtual 2021 IDC Design Symposium this fall.
In addition, each participant will be announced as part of a promotional series on a weekly basis with a short profile published across IDC’s social media platforms, newsletters and honoured at the IDC Awards Celebration on Oct. 13, 2021.
“Valuable design should build healthy and resilient environments, capture the spirit of the community, foster social engagement, enhance the quality of life of occupants – all while helping to achieve the client’s vision.”
Kayley Mullings is a Toronto, Ont. based interior designer who is currently employed at KPMB Architects. She received her bachelor’s degree of interior design in 2017, and NCIDQ and WELL AP certification in 2019. For the past four years, she has worked on educational, cultural and civic projects, and was involved in various stages of projects from concept to construction to achieve cohesive designs. Kayley continuously gives back to the discipline of interior design with student critiques, organization of lectures, symposiums, and events.
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