News >> February 14, 2014 - IFDA-NE Appoints New Board Member and Vice President of Programming


BOSTON, MA-February, 14 2014 - During its monthly Board Meeting on February, 6 2014, members of the New England Chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA-NE) elected a new Vice President of Programming, Jennifer Driscoll, President and Founder, Broadview Marketing. 

Serving as President is Karen Dzendolet, President of KDZ Designs.  Vice President of Hospitality is Interior Designer Dianne Ramponi.   Vice President of Sponsorship is Rose Ann Humphrey, Founder of Award Winning New England Interior Design Firm, Home Life.  The Vice President of Membership is Robert Henry of AV Designs.   Treasurer is Gary Rousseau, Vice President at Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers.  Vice President of Member Retention is Interior Designer, Vivian Robins.  The Vice President of Education and Educational Foundation is Jane Toland of the Boston Architectural Center.  Industry Liaison is Robert Grossman of Wolfers Lighting.  Vice President of Community Service is Christine Kay.  The Vice President of Awards is Arnold H. Lagueux of Century Furniture.  Vice President of Future Directions is Peter Griffin. 

The International Furnishings and Design Association is the only all-industry association whose members provide services and products to the furnishings and design industry. IFDA-NE is the driving force, through its programs and services, to enhance the professionalism and stature of the industry worldwide. As the "voice" of the total furnishings and design industry, IFDA-NE provides its members with the tools and resources to enhance their businesses. Aggressive advocacy promotes the advantages of working with an IFDA-NE professional. IFDA-NE welcomes members from every facet of the furnishings and design industry. Members are executives and companies professionally engaged in the design, production, distribution, promotion, communication or education in the furnishings and design and/or related industries.