AFFILIATIONS

Carrie Boesch holds two of the the National Kitchen and Bath Industry’s highest designations, Certified Kitchen Designer and Certified Bath Designer.  She is also a Certified Interior Designer in the State of California, an Allied Member of ASID and a Certified Green Building Professional.  

Carrie is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the California Capital Chapter of NKBA, as President.  

Other volunteer positions Carrie has held are:

  • NKBA California Capital Chapter 2015 - VP Programs

  • NKBA California Capital Chapter 2014 - VP Professional Development

  • Canada College’s Interior Design Advisory Board 2007 - 2012

  • The Student Career Forum in San Francisco 2011 - 2012, Co-Chair, Programs

  • ASID Student Chapter Board Member 2006 - 2007, Secretary

  • ASID Student Chapter Board Member 2005 - 2006, Co-Chair, Programs

                                             The National Kitchen & Bath Association has been leading the kitchen and bath industry for over 50

                                                   years.  With nearly 40,000 members across the United States and Canada, the NKBA requires

                                                   professionalism and ethical business practices from all its members.  By choosing to do business

                                                   with a member of the NKBA, you've chosen to work with a company who is dedicated to providing

the highest quality products & services for the kitchen or bath and has agreed to be bound by the NKBA's code of professional conduct.

                                             "Certified Interior Designer” is the only legally recognized title for interior designers in the state of 

                                                    California, and it defines an interior designer as one who has met all of the stringent requirements

                                                    necessary to obtain that title. This sets them apart from other interior designers who have not

                                                    obtained this very important credential. It is a state title contained within the California Business & Professions Code between Attorneys and Architects, and is not an appellation from a professional organization or club.

Certified Interior Designers are qualified by the CCIDC upon evidence of a combination of education and/or experience and passing an examination on California building codes, ethics, business practices and design standards, the “IDEX California”. 

                                                The American Society of Interior Designers, ASID is a community of people - designers, industry

                                                      representatives, educators and students - committed to interior design.  Through education,

                                                      knowledge sharing, advocacy, community building and outreach, we strive to advance the

                                                      interior design profession and, in the process, to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design

                                                      to positively change people’s lives. More than 24,000 members engage in a variety of professional programs and activities through a network of 48 chapters throughout the United States and Canada. 

                                                    Build It Green is a membership-supported Bay Area nonprofit established in 2005. Our organization

                                                    works with building and real estate professionals, local and state governments, and homeowners to

                                                    increase awareness and adoption of green building practices. Our mission is to promote healthy,

                                                    energy and resource-efficient building practices in California through outreach and education.

Our vision is for a more sustainable world where all homes are built to support the health and vitality of people and the natural environment. We believe that changing how homes are designed, built, and remodeled is essential to preventing climate change, minimizing pollution, and protecting natural resources for future generations.

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