American Society of Interior Designers appoints new executive vice president and CEO
WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 18, 2012) | The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) announces Randy W. Fiser as its new executive vice president and chief executive officer. Fiser brings to ASID an extensive background in leading organizational transformation in corporate, not-for-profit, and professional services industries. His innovative leadership expertise includes leading staff, boards, executives, and stakeholders to design strategies, implement programs and measure performance to achieve organizational vision and goals.
Fiser comes to ASID from the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit education reform organization Achieve, where he served as vice president of management, finance and operations. He has previous experience as vice president of strategy for the Fannie Mae Foundation, as a senior advisor at the Make it Right Foundation, and as a senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading provider of strategy, management and technology consulting.
Fiser brings a unique point of view about the capacity of design to make a difference to people. “Working with the Make It Right Foundation, I witnessed firsthand the power of design as it transformed the lives of the residents of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina,” said Fiser. “I am pleased to lead ASID in its quest to raise...