Chapter Support Team

The ASID Chapter Support Team (CST) is the volunteer-driven council that works to ensure the strength, stability and overall health of the 48 ASID chapters. The CST, which consists of former chapter presidents, communicates frequently with the chapter leadership about strategic planning, work plans, budgets, elections and effective governance.

The ASID headquarters staff liaison is Angelo Ford. To reach a member of the CST, please submit your inquiry to

CST Chair


Mary Katherine Crouch, ASID, RID
Mary Katherine Crouch leads the senior living and residential markets team for KSA Interiors in Richmond, Va. Her success in this diverse role has earned her several interior design excellence awards. A graduate of the interior design program at Virginia Commonwealth University, Crouch is active in ASID at both local and national levels, serving in a number of chapter board positions, including her most recent role as president of the ASID Virginia Chapter.


CST Chair-Elect


Lynn Vogeltanz
Lynn Vogeltanz has been practicing interior design with a commercial focus for more than 10 years, with a focus on transforming senior living communities. More recently Vogeltanz has served as studio lead at Direct Supply Aptura. She is a graduate of Mount Mary University and holds a bachelor’s degree in interior design. As an undergraduate, Vogeltanz was active within the ASID student chapter on her campus. Upon graduation, she served in numerous roles on different committees and on the board before becoming president of the Wisconsin Chapter. Vogeltanz received numerous chapter certificates of appreciation and citations.


CST Members at Large


Dani Polidor, ASID, BD, CKD, CBD, CAPS
Dani Polidor is principal of Suite Artistry in Rochester, N.Y. Originally from Germany, Polidor grew up in Toronto and received a bachelor’s degree in environmental design from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She has more than 15 years of experience, specializing in universal design, with a focus on kitchen and bath design and a specialty in commercial design for the trade. Her firm also provides exclusive kitchen design services for Ferguson Kitchen, Bath & Lighting Galleries in Rochester and Syracuse. A strong supporter of ASID, she has participated in ongoing efforts to advocate for our profession.


Amanda Reviere, ASID
Amanda Reviere has been an ASID member since her design student days at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. After graduating, she honed her skills in the residential market, specifically flooring sales and design. Since then she has taken on numerous roles in ASID South Central Chapter, including chapter administrator, communications director, president-elect and, most recently, as president. Recently relocated to San Diego, her firm Rivear Design Needs specializes in residential new home construction as well as grocery store design.


Crystal Arreola, ASID
With more than 10 years of experience within the design industry Crystal Arreola is the owner and principal designer of Studio Interiors, LLC. She received an associate of applied science in interior design from LDS Business College in Salt Lake City, Utah, and she is an active member of the Intermountain Chapter where she most recently served as past president. Arreola’s projects have garnered both regional and national awards, including best commercial interior design. Her projects are centered around healthcare and commercial interiors, with a specialty focus on behavioral health and lean construction principles. She is working to convene a lean community of practice in her region.


Suzanne A. Carney, ASID
Biography coming soon.


MaryBeth Haggerty, Allied ASID
Biography coming soon.