The IIDA Advocacy Symposium encourages designers to define the profession and shift public perception
What happens when you gather more than 100 interior designers, lobbyists, and a marijuana advocate for three days in Denver? You get an inspiring and successful second annual IIDA Advocacy Symposium. Interior design advocates from around the country descended upon Denver Sept. 23-26 for an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the legislative landscape and gain access to resources designed to bolster advocacy efforts. “The IIDA Advocacy Symposium not only trains advocates on how to talk about the profession of interior design and the complexities of government, it also brings together design advocates from around the country to meet and learn from one another,” said Emily Kluczynski, MPPA, director of Advocacy, Public Policy and Legislative Affairs at IIDA.
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