Roselia Harris, NCIDQ, LEED AP
Senior Interior Designer
Hixson Architecture, Engineering & Interiors
As a Senior Interior Designer at Hixson, Roselia Harris is responsible for conceptual design, design development, diagnostics, programming, space planning, interior design, specifications, construction document coordination, presentation materials, control books, and case study books. In addition to this role, Harris is a member of the firm’s R&D Strategic Business Unit Steering Team.
Harris joined Hixson in 2006 after nearly a decade working for firms in Northeast Ohio. During her tenure at Hixson, Harris has provided her expertise on many notable projects, including a biorepository lab and office renovation for Medpace (a global Clinical Research Organization), and interior space planning and design for the Kitchens of Sara Lee Innovation Center (now Tyson). She also served as lead designer on a new facility for international flavors and fragrance company Mane Inc., which included 20 separate flavor laboratories, associated offices, work spaces and conference rooms, and a unique 16-cubicle consumer insights/sensory service testing center.
Harris earned NCIDQ certification in 2004 and LEED AP accreditation in 2008, and holds a B.A. in Interior Design from Kent State University.