IA Interior Architects is Pleased to Announce the Promotion of Kim Parsley and Lynn Vandeberg

 

Kim Parsley, IIDA, LEED AP, has been promoted to the role of Account Executive. In this Director level position, Kim will be responsible for guiding the direction for select IA account work, providing leadership, strategy, and process improvement. This transition is a natural fit for Kim, who has more than 25 years of experience in Account Management. She has led teams on strategic projects ranging from 20,000 to 3 million square feet providing programming, migration planning and standards development and innovative design solutions. Kim has completed extensive work globally for clients delivering work in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

 

Lynn Vandeberg, IIDA, NCIDQ, LEEP AP, Principal and Account Manager with the firm, will step into the role of Co-Managing Director of the Seattle office. Lynn has been a key member of Seattle’s leadership team and has a strong history of innovative project work. She has led large accounts including over 8 million square feet of work in Seattle. Working closely with co-Managing Director David Kutsunai, IIDA, Lynn will be instrumental in furthering the continued growth of IA’s presence in the Northwest and national markets.


IA is a global firm of architects, designers, strategists, and specialists. We focus exclusively on environments through the lens of interior architecture—a radical idea in 1984, when IA was founded. We are highly connected agents of change, committed to creativity, innovation, growth, and community.



IA is a global firm of architects, designers, strategists, and specialists. We focus exclusively on environments through the lens of interior architecture—a radical idea in 1984, when IA was founded. We are highly connected agents of change, committed to creativity, innovation, growth, and community.



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