Here are the detailed descriptions for each of the ASID Committees.


Strategic Planning: Reviews and updates chapter's annual strategic plan.

Legislative: Provides legislative updates and presentations  to members  and organizes visits to state capitol.  

Community Outreach: Develop programs and integrative community activities. 

Annual Meeting: Membership participation to honor program successes and assess the state of the organization. 

Ethics, Policies, and Procedures: Maintains definitions and descriptions for board and committee positions and handles ethics issues brought forth by the public or members.

Policy and Guideline Review: Maintains, reviews and updates chapter policies and guidelines.

Financial Director


Foundation: Fundraising for National Foundation campaign.  

Alternative Revenue 

Scholarships: Plan and organize scholarship programs and competitions for students. 


Professional Development Director

Programs/CEUs: Create and organize programs and CEU classes for our members.   

Show House: Showcase the talent and skills of the membership in a showhouse format. 

Student Career Day: Plan and organize annual Student Career Day event.  

Student Enrichment: Plan and organize annual student event with focus on exposing students in trade events or resources. 

Adopt a Design Student: Connect students with Designers/IP members to attend and mentor at ASID events. 

Communications Director

Magazine: Assemble and distribute articles and chapter information for quarterly printed distribution. 

Newsletter: Assemble and distribute articles and chapter information for monthly digital distribution. 

Directory: Update and distribute annual directory information.   

Website and Social Media Outlets: Work with outside media sources to promote TXGC.  

DCH/HDC Liaison: Collect event happenings from DCH and HDC and distribute for members to attend. 

Media Outlet: Plan and implement the annual chapter design awards contest and event celebration.   

Membership Director

Membership: Plan and organize new member orientation, recruitment, and retention events and activities. 

Hospitality: Meet and greet members at programs and events. 

Student Affairs: Visits local universities’ interior design student chapters to promote and inform students of ASID membership value.   

Emerging Professionals: Plan and organize programs and events for designers within first five years of their career after graduation.   

Social Network: Organize monthly networking event for members and prospective members.  

At Large Director

IP Steering  

IP Mentoring: Industry Partner’s sharing, training, and connections.