Listee Features — Interior Design

Tiffany Parker

TIFFANY L. PARKER

Having accrued nearly 20 years of creative and professional excellence, Tiffany L. Parker has garnered a laudable reputation as an entrepreneur, designer and media communications expert. A graduate of Howard University, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in political science in 1999 and subsequently earned a Master of Public Administration in media policy from Columbia University in 2001. Ms. Parker attributes her success to her entrepreneurial nature, innate work ethic, and market experience in networking and building relationships across industries. She also had the opportunity to make great relationships with very successful and prominent people. Prior to opening Parker Interiors in 2009, Ms. Parker enjoyed a decade long career in foreign services and marketing. From 2001 until 2004, she distinguished

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Tara Ryan

TARA RYAN

Having accrued 30 years of inimitable experience in the field of interior design, Tara Ryan has garnered a laudable reputation as the president of Ryan Young Interiors since 1991. Established as a joint venture at the height of the early 1990s recession, the company initially struggled to make inroads in the realm of model home interior design, and maintained a lean operation until the economic headwinds shifted and allowed her and her then-business partner, Robert Young, to expand their presence throughout California. Further good fortune arrived in the form of a lucrative contract, which was offered by a businessman based out of Beijing, to design the interiors for 32 projects to be constructed in China. Ms. Ryan traveled to China

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CHERIE K. MACQUEEN

 Well-known for decades of hard work, dedication and success, Cherie MacQueen devoted the majority of her career in broadcasting as a newscaster and sportscaster. Her journey began in 1973, when she joined the U.S. Army and learned broadcasting and personnel administration. Of her eight years in the Army, she spent two years as a personnel specialist in Honolulu, and another three as an administrative specialist in San Francisco. She also served as a radio broadcast journalist in Vincenza, Italy, where television broadcasting had not yet come. ​ After her Army enlistment ended,  Ms. MacQueen went back to work as a civilian at the Armed Forces Radio and TV Service, which provides radio and television to servicemen and women and their

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