Varsha Sheth Promoted to Design Director

Selbert Perkins Design is pleased to announce the promotion of Varsha Sheth to Design Director. Throughout the years that Varsha has been a part of our team, she has continually taken on every opportunity to learn, grow and contribute as a person, team member and as a leader.


“Varsha is an incredible human being! She has an amazing ability to understand a project design vision and adeptly rally and lead the resources necessary for its successful completion. When we get a big project in the office, we want Varsha on that job. I am elated that she is a part of our team and look forward to her being even more of an integral leader of our organization.” – John Lutz, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design

In her new role as Design Director, she will be increasing her focus on client presentations, managing project budgets and directing the team members in bringing our client’s vision to life.

Please join us in congratulating Varsha on her well-deserved promotion and in celebrating the many wonderful projects… and the many delighted clients yet to come.


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