IFDA names its 2004 international board

Technology Venture's Blair tapped as president

PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J. – The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA) has announced its new international board of directors for 2004.

Constance Blair, president and CEO of Technology Ventures, Inc., based in Warren, Mich,. has succeeded to the presidency.

President elect is Lee Coggin FIFDA, president, The Anlieri Collection, Atlanta, Ga.; treasurer, Sheila Cole FIFDA, Shecole, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.; and treasurer elect, Jennifer Wagner, The Foliage Factory, Inc., Tempe, Ariz.

New directors-at-large are Mervyn Kaufman FIFDA, editorial consultant, New York, N.Y and Carolyn Meek, Artifacts, Wayland, Mass.

Continuing as directors-at-large are: Janet Brown, Janet Brown Interiors, Southborough, Mass., Barbara Holme, Honeybear Designs, Inc., Rio Rancho N.M., Jeanne Matlock, Jeanne Matlock Interiors, St. Paul, Minn., Sara Warnick FIFDA, editor/writer, Lincoln, Calif. and past president Lynne Forde Breyer, Lynn Ford Breyer Interior Designs, Scottsdale, Ariz.

The educational foundation chair is Katie Goldfarb, FIFDA, Goldesigns/-Shenandoah Shutters, Potomac, Md. Nancy Kloehn, Fiber Seal of Minnesota, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn, is vice chair and Shirley Ebert, Design Concepts International, Atlanta, Ga., is the foundation adviser.

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