Lessly Amaya

Interior Design

Designer and Customer Service Representative for Thompson Building
The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University

The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire alumni Lessly Amaya

[I admire my instructor] Sarah Angine, [who] believes in the importance of sustainability and the effect it has on human health. Lessly Amaya , Designer and Customer Service Representative for Thompson Building
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design , 2015 , The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University
Lessly Amaya is a designer and customer service representative for Thompson Building in Fontana, California. She maintains the company’s showroom, builds relationships with vendors, coordinates events, and provides quotes and samples to clients.

Lessly says that she’s proud to design sustainable interiors, and finds creative inspiration in fellow designers who utilize sustainable methods. “[I admire my instructor] Sarah Angine, [who] believes in the importance of sustainability and the effect it has on human health.”

Lessly, who in 2015 earned a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, says that her education provided the knowledge she needed to design spaces efficiently. She recommends that current students find what they love to do and dedicate 110% to it. “Don’t let anyone steer you away from your dreams, no matter what challenges life throws at you.”

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