Welcome to the Washington DC
IAHSP® Regional Chapter!
We are an active chapter of Accredited Staging Professionals® (ASP®s ) who serve the greater Washington DC area. Our membership consists of ASP® Stagers who own and operate their own Home Staging companies, some for many years as well as some who have recently graduated from the ASP® training course.
Monthly chapter meetings focus on education, networking, and support. We continue the education received in the ASP® course. As an IAHSP® Regional Chapter we are here to support and guide you in your Staging business and provide you with the tools to help you succeed.
Our meeting site and dates can be found under the events bar to the left. Please contact us, we look forward to meeting you.
Thank you for your interest in the Washington DC IAHSP Regional Chapter,
Young Kim, ASP®, IAHSP®
Washington DC IAHSP
The 2011 World Wide Staging Service Week!
Alexandria, VA- The Washington, DC Chapter of the International Association of Home Staging Professionals® (IAHSP®), has partnered with The Campagna Center as this year`s recipient for World Wide Staging Services Week (WWSSW). World Wide Staging Services Week has been an honored tradition amongst ASP® stagers and IAHSP® members since 2005, when IAHSP® Founder, Barb Schwarz, The Creator of Home Staging®, had the vision to give back to communities and individuals in need, and helping others with the art and creativity of home staging.
The Washington, DC Chapter members will be working together to update and stage the common areas of The Campagna Center, which is rich with history and tradition. Built in 1812, the building is recognized as a historic landmark in Alexandria.
The Campagna Center, a 501C3 nonprofit organization, was founded in 1945 and currently serves more than 1,700 children and their families daily. Educational and family development services are provided at schools and other community agencies across the city. Their programs focus on early childhood, school age, youth development and family development/self-sufficiency. Current programs offered include Early Head Start, Alexandria Head Start, Early Learning Center, Afternoon Adventures, Summer Safari, Campagna Kids (before/after school enrichment and tutoring), Building Better Futures, and New Neighbors English as a Second Language and Family Literacy.