Monica Letourneau

  • B.A., historic preservation and American culture studies, Roger Williams University, 1982
  • M.F.A., interior design, Savannah College of Art and Design, 1993

"To offer students an education emphasizing design that is sensitive to user needs, addresses sustainable design practices and that can be translated into the professional workplace environment."

Monica Letourneau | Interior design professor

Organizations

National Council for Interior Design Qualifications Certified 013068; Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, LEED AP ID+C; Interior Design Educators Council member; International Interior Design Association, coastal chapter board member, Georgia CEU Leader; American Society of Interior Designers, professional member; U.S. Green Building Council member

Previous Positions

Senior interior designer, Cooper Carry Architects, Alexandria, Virginia, and Atlanta, Georgia; interior designer, Hansen Architects, Savannah, Georgia; marketing coordinator as member of the marketing department at various architectural firms, created promotional literature, wrote marketing proposals and award submittals, assembled project consultant teams, coordinated photography and monitored quarterly sales goals, Perry Dean Rogers & Partners, Boston, Massachusetts, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects, Baltimore, Maryland, Bernard Johnson & Associates, Bethesda, Maryland

Publications and presentations

Articles
"Paths From Practice To Teaching," Interior Design Educators Council, 2010