Boush Street Offices

Monday, January 4, 2016

Team IONIC welcomes Cami Hahn

We are all very excited about Cami joining our family here at Ionic DeZign Studios. She will be our new Director of Business Development as we continue to grow and expand.

Cami Hahn joined Ionic Dezign Studios in November of 2015. Mrs. Hahn is a successful sales & marketing professional with over 25 years of securing business to business sales in the fields of architecture, economic development, commercial flooring and packaging.  She has extensive experience interacting with corporate CEO’s, CFO’s and related industry professionals.  Prior to joining IONIC, Cami spent 13 plus years successfully directing business development and marketing activities for a similarly sized Virginia Beach based architectural and interior design firm.    Previous experience includes four years as a Global Project Manager with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership attracting new business investment and jobs to the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as being a territory manager with Shaw Commercial Carpets. She has a BS in Finance from Virginia Tech and is an active member of several commercial real estate and economic development organizations.  In 2010 she was honored by Inside Business Magazine as one of the region’s “Top Women in Business” and is a 2014 graduate of the CIVIC Leadership Institute.
B.S. Finance, 1989, Virginia Tech

Current Industry & Community Association Participation:
CIVIC Leadership Institute
HRACRE:  Board of Directors, 2005 – Present
CREW Hampton Roads:  Charter Director, 2004 – 2009, & 2011, Past President (2008)
VEDA (Virginia Economic Developers Association) 1998 – Present
Hospice House of South Hampton Roads, Charter Director & Secretary 2015 - Present

We are all excited about what the future brings us in 2016 and beyond and look forward to making and securing relationships and the opportunities they provide.

D. Eugene Thompson, AIA
Ionic DeZign Studios, Inc.
President + Founder

"Creating places and spaces that enrich the lives of those who use them."

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