Katie Miller Joins the IA Board of Directors

IA Independent Board Member


IA Interior Architects is pleased to announce that Katie Miller has joined IA’s Executive Board of Directors as an independent board member. Miller is president of professional consultancy firm Left Lane Advisors. Her expertise and over 25 years of experience working with people at all organizational levels, including 10 years dedicated to coaching in the private and public sectors, are a welcomed addition to the team.


Miller holds a Master of Science in Business Administration from the University of Redlands and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from San Diego State University. She is a member of the National Association of Female Executives, The Urban Land Institute, and is currently on the board and has held leadership positions with both the Association of A/E Business Leaders and the Women’s Transportation Seminar International.

“IA has a long history of working with Katie and we are thrilled to have her join the IA family.  Her expertise in the areas of executive coaching and leadership and talent management will be particularly important as we add and develop current and future leaders to continue propelling the firm forward.” – IA Co-CEOs/Presidents Tom Powers & David Bourke


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