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March Monthly Meeting & Hug-a-Bear Campaign

March 14, 2019
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Lloyd's Registry
1330 Enclave Pkwy #200
Houston, TX 77077
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The WELL Building Standard

Historically, there have been various ways to measure how an interior space “works.” The metric may be sq. ft./person or cost/sq. ft. Such determinants have a rightful place among the principles of design, but it is possible to reconcile economic necessities with a design that’s intelligent, interesting and human-centered. This session outlines how the essential components of design intersect with the principle components of the WELL Building Standard to create spaces that promote psychological well-being…resulting in more engaged, inspired, and empowered workers that exhibit a higher level of creativity and innovation.

Sarah Pellegrin, RID, IIDA, WELL AP

Sarah Pellegrin, RID, IIDA, WELL AP is a degreed and licensed interior designer with a diverse career in the built environment industry. She works collaboratively and strategically to deliver innovative, sustainable, quality work environments that impact human satisfaction and performance. Her work history is international in scope and ranges from the workplace, hospitality, retail, education, healthcare, and cultural venues.

As Teknion’s Architecture & Design Market Manager within the South Central Region, and a WELL accredited professional, my expertise and focus on human health and product application will impact the overall environment and improve human well-being within the built environment.


Hug-A-Bear Campaign



The Community Relations Committee is sponsoring the annual Hug-a-Bear Campaign to collect teddy bears to present to the Houston Police Department at the March 14th Luncheon Program.

Collected bears will be distributed to the Houston Police and Fire Departments so that officers and firefighters can carry them in their patrol units, fire trucks, and ambulances. The bears are used to comfort children who have suffered a traumatic experience or crisis situation. Some of the bears will be given to the Juvenile Sex Crimes Unit Investigators so that they can bring comfort to the young victims. Please bring your new, 12”-14” bear to the March 14th Luncheon Program.

IFMA's GOAL: Collect 1000 Bears!

Challenge: Groups or individuals who donate 30+ bears are eligible for door prizes!

Start your company-wide campaign now!

For more information please contact Kathy Edwards:
kedwards@goapex.com 

 


All sponsors must be registered for monthly luncheons!

Power Sponsors
2 Attendees to Monthly Luncheons

Illumination Sponsors
2 Attendees to Monthly Luncheons

Cornerstone Sponsors
1 Attendee to Monthly Luncheons

If you have any problems registering, please reach out to Melissa Bennett at admin@ifmahouston.org

 

Tickets

$40.00 Member
$50.00 after 11:59 pm March 13

$50.00 Non-Member Ticket
$60.00 after 11:59 pm March 13