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ASID Announces New Executive Vice President and CEO

January 24, 2012

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has appointed Randy W. Fiser as its new executive Vice President and chief executive officer.

Fiser comes from Achieve, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit education reform organization, where he served as Vice President of management, finance and operations. He has previous experience as Vice President of strategy for the Fannie Mae Foundation, as a senior advisor at the Make it Right Foundation, and as a senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton.

ASID President Lisa Henry, FASID, led a national search task force seeking a candidate that has leadership skills that would inspire staff as well as volunteers while having a strong communications and administrative background.  "Our profession faces tremendous opportunities and is in the midst of significant change, and we are so pleased to have Randy's innovative leadership experience at the helm of ASID," said Henry. "His expertise in organizational design skills combined with his strategic business background will be of benefit to our members and the industry."
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