Stephanie Schifano won second place in the Bath category. She won a $1,500 scholarship and an expense-paid trip to the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
Courtney Seavall won a $1,000 scholarship as a NKBA/GE Charette honorable mention. The NKBA/GE Charette is a three-hour hand-drafting competition that gives NKBA students real-world project experience. All projects are hand-drafted according to NKBA Graphic and Presentation Standards using NKBA Planning Guidelines.
Colleen Pescaia won honorable mention in the Bath category.
Sarrah Fleharty won honorable mention in the Bath category.
Megan Daughtry won honorable mention in the Kitchen Category.
A winning entry in this competition means increased industry visibility and peer recognition. In addition to Schifano’s sponsored trip, all honorable mention awardees will be partially sponsored by the NKBA Rocky Mountain Chapter to attend the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
Nowell Allayla Vincent is the director of the Interior Design Program. She is a Certified Kitchen Designer through NKBA, is accredited in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Interior Design and Construction (LEED ID+C) through the U.S. Green Building Council, is an active National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Certification Holder, and has a master of science in Interior Design.
Judged by a panel of NKBA-certified industry professionals, the competition acknowledges the talent of kitchen and bathroom designers to plan safe, functional, and personalized spaces that incorporate imaginative design statements and aesthetically pleasing solutions.
With more than 60,000 members, the NKBA has educated and led the kitchen and bath industry since its founding in 1963. The mission of the NKBA is to enhance member success and excellence, promote professionalism and ethical business practices, and provide leadership and direction for the kitchen and bath industry worldwide.
About Front Range Community College
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