Kayleigh Fraser is a graduate of Endicott College with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Interior Design with a concentration in Sustainable Design. She has worked in the Design Industry for 10 years and is currently a Workplace Sales Representative at Knoll. Kayleigh has been an active IIDA member for 7 years, is a recent graduate of the IIDA NE Emerging Leaders program, a member of the Philanthropy Committee, and co-chaired the annual Art Uncorked event in 2019 and 2020.


Ireland McGreavy is pursuing a BFA in Interior Design from the School of Art & Design at Suffolk University. She is currently working on her thesis and is set to graduate May 2021.


Barry Fiske is SVP of Global Experience & Innovation. He is a senior Experience Transformation Leader and Chief Creative Office with a passion for helping brands elevate their customer relationships and transform their customer experience through innovative combinations of technology and design. Over his various executive roles, Barry has established a track record of building and motivating high-performance teams, driving business growth, elevating a company’s creative reputation, mentoring next generation talent, and piloting cutting-edge innovation. As an advocate for Lean Start-Up and Agile Design Thinking, he believes in the combination power of technology and design to transform people’s lives, create immerse value for brands, and solve the world’s biggest problems.


Haril Pandya is Senior Vice President & Managing Director of NELSON Worldwide in Boston. In 2018, he was elevated to FAIA – a Fellow of the AIA, the highest recognition for an Architect for progressing the field of Architecture similar to a lifetime achievement award. In 2009, Haril was one of 8 recipients nationally of the American Institute of Architects’ Young Architects Awards. He was recognized by Building Design + Construction as a top “40 under 40”. As part of his professional experience, he served as the youngest elected members on the Board of the Boston Society of Architects, Pres. & Chair of the Young Professional Advisory Council, and currently on the Board of Directors of the Boston Center for the Arts, the BSA Foundation Board, the AIA Government Affairs Committee and the NAIOP Gavel Board. Haril was also featured in 2010 & 2011 in Banker and Tradesman and Boston Business Journal as an upcoming “Emerging Leader”.


Kelsey Rogers holds a Master’s Degree focused in Architecture from Northeastern University and is a Designer at Elkus Manfredi Architects. His goal in becoming an architect was to design spaces that positively affect the most amount of people possible. With his experience as a designer, he has shown a strong ability to produce iterations of design quickly which he believes is an important skill for pushing design as far as possible by exploring many avenues. Kelsey is also a recent 2020 graduate of the IIDA NE Emerging Leaders program.