Apparel Design College of Design

Apparel Design Advisory Council

The Apparel Design Advisory Council is composed of professionals representing various areas of the clothing industry, apparel design program faculty and selected College of Design administrators. The council serves as a sounding board for decisions the program must make, helps us challenge assumptions about the profession, and increase our awareness of changing technology, trends and practices that will influence our students' readiness for their profession. The council provides an opportunity to build relationships, develop resources and strengthen our identity within the profession.

 

External Members

  • Angie Arner, CounterCouture
  • Sonya Berlovitz, Co-chair, Costume designer
  • Lynda Buscis, Christopher and Banks
  • Kate Cox
  • Silvia Guttmann
  • Alexis Kantor, Target
  • Maureen Kostial
  • Tara LaTour, Tara Latour Co.
  • Mindy Martell, Clothier Design Source
  • Debbie Simmons, Kelle Company
  • Laura Smith, JWHulme Company
  • Karen Swanson, Target
  • Joy Teiken, Joynoelle
  • Gina Thorsen, Stormy Kromer Co
  • Amy Overmann, MN Fashion
  • Linden Wicklund, IFAI

Apparel Design Program Faculty

  • Elizabeth (Missy) Bye
  • Marilyn DeLong, Faculty Chair of Advisory Council
  • Lucy Dunne, Program Director
  • Linsey Griffin
  • Brad Holschuh
  • Karen LaBat

Other DHA and CDes Administrators

  • Becky Yust, Interim Dean of the College of Design
  • Marilyn DeLong, Interim  Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
  • Kate Maple, Assistant Dean, Student Services
  • Mark Hintz, Development Officer, College of Design
  • Kathy Guiney, Executive Secretary, DHA
  • Elizabeth Bye, Department Head, DHA

Contact Information

College of Design

Saint Paul Offices

32 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108

P: 612-626-9068 | F: 612-625-1922

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Minneapolis Offices

101 Rapson Hall, 89 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

P: 612-626-9068 | F: 612-625-7525

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