|Last Name :||Slotkis|
|Company :||Profiles Personalized Interiors|
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|Address Line 1 :||301 EAST 22ND STREET|
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|City :||NEW YORK|
|Address State :||Both|
|Zipcode, USA :||10010|
|Business Type :||Both|
|Business Model :||Interior Design Firm|
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|title :||Profiles Personalized Interiors|
SUSAN SLOTKIS is an interior designer, educator, author and industry expert grounded in a background in human services and communication. She holds three degrees, all with honors: Master’s in Social Services from Boston University, Bachelor’s of Art from State University of New York at Albany, and Associate’s of Art and Science from Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY.
For over 20 years, her interior design firm PROFILES – PERSONALIZED INTERIORS has been known for involving the client in the process. While her firm is Manhattan-based, projects have included homes for clients in the greater Metro area, Florida and California.
Active in the NY Metro Chapter of American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), she is currently Membership Director of the Board, served as Editor-in-Chief and chair of student career and scholarship events. For her dedication and accomplishments she was awarded five Presidential Citations. She also serves as Director at Large on the National Board of the International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), and as Secretary of its NY Chapter. Susan received the Barbara Brock Grant from the IFDA Education Foundation for her seminars. Ms. Slotkis is an Educator Affiliate of IDEC, the Interior Design Educators Council.
For more than a decade she has developed and taught seminars and courses for colleges and industry. These programs have focused on topics of design including color, history of styles, accessories, decorative arts, sourcing, and business practices. Three of Susan’s courses are approved for CEU credits by IDCEC.
Currently adjunct assistant professor at Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY and instructor at NYU and Metropolitan Institute her students range from recent high school grads aspiring to be designers to career changers and those just thirsting to learn. Her success has been built on her ability to weave design concepts and trends within the context of art, culture, history, and lifestyle to encourage students to take a broader view of life and style.
As an industry expert her advice and opinions are sought for editorial content, and was recently interviewed by the NY Observer, Accessories Merchandising, Home Design News and Elan. Design for the Rest of Us is her column on design, events and trends.
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