Yaeger Employees Pass NCIDQ Exams

Yaeger Architecture on June 8, 2017

Yaeger Architecture, Inc. is proud to announce that two of our Interior Designers, Katie Gall and Jessica Gonzales, have become NCIDQ certified. The NCIDQ certification criteria are strenuous, with specific education requirements, and completion of 3,520 hours of qualified interior design experience before one can sit for the NCIDQ exam. Candidates eligible to take the exam register for three sections – Fundamentals Exam, Professional Exam and the Practicum Exam – that focus on public health, safety and welfare, and must pass each section within a specified time frame. NCIDQ Certification is the industry’s recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design.


Katie Gall (left) and Jessica Gonzales (right)


Katie Gall has been with the firm since 2009 and Graduated with a Master of Interior Architecture and Product Design degree from Kansas State University. For the past 8 years, Katie has worked in graphic design and interior design for the firm. She is a LEED Green Associate and is a member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services and serves on the Mayor’s Arts Commission for the city of Independence, MO.

Jessica Gonzales has been with Yaeger Architecture, Inc., since 2014 and holds a Master’s Degree in Interior Architecture and Product Design from Kansas State University. Jessica has experience working on a variety of interior and architecture projects including government and retail. Jessica is a LEED Green Associate.

Congratulations Katie and Jessica!