Global interior architecture firm Wilson Associates has appointed Beth Campbell as its new ceo. She replaces Vincent Liew, who announced his departure after serving as executive board member of Wilson Associates and parent company Arcplus for two years.
Campbell, who will be based in the firm’s Los Angeles office, brings more than 25 years of experience in global design. She is a LEED-certified, registered architect, and has worked on many high-profile projects including the SLS Las Vegas and the Fairmont Pittsburgh. Before heading to Wilson, Campbell was executive vice president and head of design for Westfield Corporation, where she successfully orchestrated an organizational transformation of the company’s internal design team. Prior to that, she spent 16 years at Gensler as managing partner in Las Vegas and as global account director in San Francisco.
“I’m excited to join Wilson Associates at this pivotal point in the firm’s history. I see a group of passionate people who know design. They’re creative and innovative. It’s an enormous and thrilling challenge to be able to bring my strengths in order to build upon the firm’s legacy,” says Campbell. “I look forward to developing Wilson Associates’ global network while empowering talent and delivering world-class projects.”
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