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IDSA
Georgia Tech Student Chapter

IDSA
Georgia Tech Student Chapter

IDSA stands for the Industrial Design Society of America, and serves as a professional organization to help industrial designers learn, interact, and further their crafts. Georgia Tech is home to a student chapter of IDSA, which is student run. IDSA is the most well-established student organization in the school of industrial design, and students can join for a small fee ($30 dollars over the $375 fee for professional members). Interested? Check out the information below. 

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Beau Gonzalez

President of IDSA GT

Hello, my name is Beau Gonzalez and I am a senior in the undergrad industrial design program. My job within IDSA GT is to lead the exec board, run meetings and guide IDSA throughout the year. I work to help the students of the school and build the community of ID as a whole. Personally I am interested in interactive products, game design and adaptive music.

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Owen Rohm

Owen Rohm

Vice President of Operations / Treasurer

In IDSA, I make sure we have money and that our branch runs smoothly! Outside IDSA, I am interested in interactive kinetic art, entertainment, tearing down institutions, and toy/game design. I also love working with my hands and 3D modeling. I'm 21.

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Matthew Waller

Matthew Waller

Vice President of Public Relations

Hi, I’m Matthew Waller, a second year, majoring in industrial design at Georgia Tech. I am a storyteller and experience designer and want to use the power of design to bring smiles to people’s faces. I want to make an impact in the field of experience design and themed entertainment by striving to create and innovate immersive environments, guest experiences, and work in creative leadership and development. I am also a part of the Christian Student Organization, the Georgia Tech Theme Park Engineering and Design Club, and the Georgia Tech Marching Band. As the Vice President of Public Relations for IDSA-GT, I strive to build a strong community and open network within the College of Design and industry professionals.

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Isabelle Crumm

Isabelle Crumm

Junior Studio Represenative

Born in Michigan with a thirst for adventure, I landed on Industrial Design, a desirable fast-paced path, that left me excited to take on complex problems and turn them into simple, yet beautiful products. I have been trained by Georgia Tech to understand users, identify needs, prototype, and solve ambiguous problems. My passion for design lead me to becoming the junior rep where I act as a liaison between the student body and the ID department to advocate for students. My personal interests include CrossFit, entrepreneurship, and travel.

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