New York School of Interior Design appoints interior designer Libby Cameron as new member to its Board of Trustees

New York, NY – June 26, 2013 – New York School of Interior Design is pleased to announce the appointment of Libby Cameron as a new member to its Board of Trustees. “We are excited to welcome Libby Cameron, as an esteemed interior designer to NYSID’s Board of Directors,” said Board Chairman Patricia Sovern. “Libby has made significant contributions to the industry and we look forward to working with her to move the institution forward in the coming years.”

Cameron began her career at Parish-Hadley Associates in 1983, and became a partner in 1988. She went on to establish Libby Cameron, LLC in 1995 in New York City.  As protégé of the decorator Sister Parish, Cameron is known for her love of color and eclectic style.  She creates luxurious yet comfortable rooms for high-end residential projects across the country.  These include residences in almost every state in the US, as well as in the Bahamas and London. She has worked for several private clubs in the New York area, the Knickerbocker Club, the Larchmont Yacht Club, the Piping Rock Club and the Rolling Rock Club in Ligonier, Pennsylvania.  As a special honor, Cameron was chosen to design the main Stair Hall at Edith Wharton’s house, The Mount, in Lenox, Massachusetts when the estate was restored in 2002.

Cameron was named as one of House Beautiful's “100 Best Designers in the United States” and was a recipient of the House Beautiful Award for Design Excellence. Her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, House and Garden, Elle Decor, Interior Design magazine, and The New York Times. Books featuring Cameron’s work include Rooms with a View, Decorating with Paper, Showcase of Interior Design, East Coast, Parish-Hadley, Sister Parish Design on Decorating and three of House Beautiful’s books: Decorating Style, Paint, and Color.

In addition to her own firm, in 2000, Cameron co-founded Sister Parish Design with Susan Crater, Mrs. Parish’s granddaughter, offering unique and colorful fabrics inspired by those Sister Parish used in her projects and in her own home.  Together with Susan Crater, she co-authored a book, Sister Parish Design on Decorating, published in 2009 by St. Martin’s Press. A participant in over 20 charitable events, Cameron focuses on organizations benefiting children, including the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.

2013 NYSID Board of Trustees

Patricia M. Sovern, Chairman
David Sprouls, President

Amory Armstrong
Libby Cameron
Jill H. Dienst
James P. Druckman
Ross J. Francis
Elliot Greene
Alexa Hampton
Jodie W. King
Anne Korman
Ellen Kravet
Dennis Miller
Susan B. Nagle
Betsey Ruprecht
David Scott

Matthew DeMarco, Esq., General Counsel
Rene B. Estacio, Faculty Trustee
Elaine Wingate Conway, Trustee Emeritus
Alexander C. Cortesi, Trustee Emeritus
Inge Heckel, Trustee Emeritus
Arthur King Satz, President Emeritus


Founded in 1916, the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) is a private, not-for-profit college devoted exclusively to interior design education and related disciplines. NYSID’s guiding principle is that the interior environment is a fundamental element of human welfare and the College is committed to actively improving the quality of life for all segments of humanity. This ideal is put into practice by a dedicated faculty of well-known designers, architects, art historians, and authorities in the field who guide more than 700 full- and part-time students.

NYSID offers certificate, undergraduate, and graduate programs in the field of interior design, design history and theory, sustainable design, interior lighting design, and healthcare interior design. A wide range of classes are also offered through our Institute for Continuing and Professional Studies. The College is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD); is a Candidate for Accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; and NYSID’s BFA and MFA-1 programs are accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).