Deborah Breunig

Deborah Breunig

Vice President of A&D Marketing As Vice President of A&D Marketing, Deborah is responsible for building and nurturing relationships with significant influencers and decision-makers throughout the Architectural and Design community. Deborah has been a key marketing contributor to KI for more than 20 years. She most recently served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing – Healthcare. She is responsible for all aspects of A&D strategy; including business development and execution of strategic business and marketing plans. Deborah holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from Bellin College of Nursing and an EMBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a licensed registered nurse in the state of Wisconsin and an Evidence-Based Design Accredited Professional (EDAC) with the Center for Health Design.

Vice President of A&D Marketing As Vice President of A&D Marketing, Deborah is responsible for building and nurturing relationships with significant influencers and decision-makers throughout the Architectural and Design community. Deborah has been a key marketing contributor to KI for more than 20 years. She most recently served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing – Healthcare. She is responsible for all aspects of A&D strategy; including business development and execution of strategic business and marketing plans. Deborah holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from Bellin College of Nursing and an EMBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a licensed registered nurse in the state of Wisconsin and an Evidence-Based Design Accredited Professional (EDAC) with the Center for Health Design.

Posts by Deborah Breunig

Furniture’s Role in the Modernization of the Workplace

12/06/18 by Deborah Breunig in A&D

We recently sponsored a Metropolis magazine Think Tank hosted in Washington, D.C., featuring panel discussions at Perkins and Will, EYP and Perkins Eastman. I think it’s always an exhilarating experience to hear from thought leaders challenging the status quo. The topic hosted at EYP centered around modernization and challenged the panel – as well as the audience – to evaluate whether it’s necessary to build new or if existing buildings can be upgraded to capture positive space utilization, energy efficiency and occupant satisfaction.