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Two Canadians appointed to senior positions in international interior design organizations

Two IDC members have been appointed to important positions on the boards of international design associations. Victoria  Horobin, ARIDO, has been appointed President-Elect of the Council for Interior Design Qualification (CIDQ, formerly NCIDQ) and Heather Robertson Corrigan, IDNS, has been appointed Chair of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).

Victoria Horobin has been an active volunteer for CIDQ for many years. She served as a delegate from Ontario from 1998 to 2002 and as alternate delegate from 2003 to 2009. She has also volunteered with CIDQ as a member of the Grading Coordinates Committee, IDEP Task Force, Policies & Procedures Committee, Nominations Committee, Certification Task Force, Definition of Interior Design Task force and Jury Team Leader Committee. She has also served on ARIDO’s Board of Management and is an ARIDO Fellow member.

Heather Robertson Corrigan served as Secretary-Treasurer of CIDA’s Board of Directors prior to being appointed Chair. In addition to her work with CIDA, she is a founding member of IDNS and has served in all of its executive positions, including President. She is a member of the Nova Scotia Building Advisory Committee, representing IDNS. She also served on IDC’s board from 2000 to 2005 and is an IDC Fellow. Please click here to view CIDA's press release.

IDC is proud of Victoria’s and Heather’s accomplishments and we wish them well as they take on these important leadership positions.

Published on January 3, 2013

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