ASID introduces the Advocate by Design fund

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The American Society of Interior Designers has established the Advocate by Design (AxD) Fund, a political education fund that aims to strengthen the design industry’s presence within national, state, and local policy decision making.

“As a testament to the Society’s commitment to fight for impactful policy for the interior design profession at all levels of government, the AxD Fund will help ASID Government and Public Affairs inform the public and policymakers on the impact of interior design work and the policy issues important to the profession and industry,” the society said in a statement.

For more, visit www.asid.org.

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