As this summer quickly comes to an end, DBI would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful interns for their hard work and enthusiasm in getting the job done. They have been a great addition to the DBI family and we wish them continued success in all their future endeavors.
Some of the tasks that they have worked on include the following: assisting employees on current projects, pulling together samples for projects, exporting CAD files into Revit, meeting with local vendor representatives and last but not least, always lending a helping hand as needed.
Steve Foster is entering his second year as a graduate student at Catholic University. His major is Architecture and Sustainable Design. He hopes to one-day work closely on Stadium Design.
Charmisa Palmer is currently a student at Prince George’s Community College and helps out with any administrative work.
Alyssa Snider (not pictured) is entering her freshman year at University of Maryland with hopes to major in Anthropology. She lends a hand in administrative work and has had a great insight into the Interior Design Field through DBI.
David Levin (not pictured) is our I.T support and is always helping out with any computer issues that may arise.
Nathan Hart is a recent graduate from Texas A&M and is working with both Auto Cad and Revit, focusing on architectural renderings for clients such as the World Bank, Stonebridge Associates, and the National Association of Manufacturers.
Donald Delaney is entering his sophomore year at James Madison University with a major in Communications and works closely with our marketing team by doing organizational development.
Kristyn Thiel is entering her senior year at Marymount University with a major in Interior Design. She helps assist in library work as well as meeting reps and helping anyone on current projects.
Rachel Russell is a junior at Virginia Tech with a major in Interior Design. She also helps assist in Library work as well as meeting reps and helping with overall office tasks.
Scott Fundling is entering his junior year at Virginia Tech with a major in Architecture. He has helped DBI convert Cad details into Revit.
Sarah Gottlieb, (not pictured) is finishing her last year of the Interior Design Graduate program at Corcoran College of Art and Design. She assists with choosing fabrics, finishes and creating renderings for clients such as The World Bank and the National Association of Manufacturers.
Rounding out our fabulous interns, Kinga Ruskina, (not pictured) has worked at DBI’s Reston office for two years and is entering her last year of the Interior Design Graduate program at Marymount University. She works closely with Auto Cad and helps on any project that needs a few extra hands.
DBI’s interns are critical to our success and again, we would like to thank them for all their hard work!