Board Of Directors
Liz Rhymers Levin
Liz launched her namesake company, Liz Levin Interiors, Inc., in 2004 with a focus on designing uniquely modern and livable homes. Liz Levin Interiors is a full-service, high-end interior design firm that works one-on-one with clients to discover and craft a vision of their own inspiration. Often faced with the challenges of family dwellings and first time furniture buying jitters, Liz and her team deliver comfortably modern and exciting interiors with a twist. They develop flexible and forgiving solutions for modern living that evolve with a client’s lifestyle and reflect their individuality. Her design vision blends high and low, and a mix of patterns and time periods to create interiors that command interest and captivate with charm. Liz was named a “Face of the Future” by The Washington Post. She was featured by The Post, again, in 2011, for her work in the DC Design House benefitting Children's Hospital. Her work has also appeared in Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful, Washingtonian, DC Modern Luxury, Home & Design, Luxe Interiors + Design and Coastal Living. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and two daughters and believes every mama deserves an inspiring home.
Lyn McGann brings a dozen years of nonprofit experience to Room to Rebloom, with a deep interest in helping the organization shape its mission. McGann has served in various capacities at Everybody Wins! DC, a literacy and mentoring organization serving elementary students in the nation’s capital; she is currently Program and Communication Specialist, responsible for staff training as well as writing and editing the organization’s communications tools.
McGann’s former associations include an early position as promotion assistant at an industry shelter magazine, Progressive Architecture, which launched an interest in built design. Community outreach includes service in her three daughters’ schools, where marketing and event planning skills developed during her years as director of creative services at a Connecticut marketing group were put to work. She also volunteers in the community at Progress Place in Silver Spring. She is deeply devoted to making a difference in the lives of women and children who have struggled to push past the trauma of domestic violence to create a safe and welcoming home.
McGann lives with her husband in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Enid McKitrick, LICSW
Enid McKitrick is a clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in downtown DC. She received her Master of Social Work degree from Columbia University, and for over twenty years she has been helping clients to navigate the challenges of intimacy, coming of age, finding their voice, life transitions, infertility, depression, and anxiety. She discovered the powerful emotional and psychological benefits of good design while working on her own home, and made a commitment to help bring those same benefits to those who are most in need. To that end, she founded Room to Rebloom in 2012 with the help of a few hardworking volunteers. She lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland with her husband and two sons.
Christie Stute comes from a career working with emerging companies in the Investment Banking and Mortgage Services sectors. Her role was to oversee start-up operations, including hiring, management and financial transactions. For the past several years Ms. Stute has been a full-time parent. In that capacity, she brings fresh energy and project management skills to the Board by sharing her experience in event planning, fundraising and community outreach. Ms. Stute received a BS in International Business from Shippensburg University. Currently she resides in McLean Virginia with her husband and three children.
Kia Weatherspoon, Allied ASID
The dancer turn soldier who fell in love with Interior Design. The president of Determined by Design, a boutique firm that specializes in hospitality and multi-family design. Kia has ten years of diverse experience in hospitality design and management, high-end residential and multi-family design with a splash of architectural sales. She received a Bachelors and Masters of Fine Art in Interior Design from Moore College of Art & Design and Corcoran College of Art & Design, respectively. Kia believes in service-based leadership, demonstrated through active involvement with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).
With a unique combination of public relations and media expertise as well as access to an extensive network of online, print and television contacts. Sherry Moeller, principal and co-founder of MoKi Media, leads public relations efforts for a variety of high-profile clients, luxury businesses and nonprofits throughout the Washington, DC region. By developing PR campaigns tailored to the specific needs of clients, directing and managing the execution of media outreach and placement in local and national media outlets, implementing social media campaigns and website updates or new websites, organizing and executing special events, and writing content including press releases as well as drafting articles for publications, Sherry executes brand positioning and revitalization, business development, and product launches for her clients.
Prior to launching MoKi Media in 2009, Sherry was editor in chief of Capitol File magazine, one of the premier regional lifestyle publications based in Washington, DC with related city-centric glossy magazines across the country. An award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of experience in publication/media industries with contacts across the country, Sherry was also editorial director at Washington Spaces magazine, owned by GWPI, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Washington Post, and real estate/homes editor at The Gazette, a former Post Newsweek Company.