THIRD ANNUAL BLACK DRESSES AND BLUEPRINTS:
Casie Idle is Vice President of Business Development & Client Relations for ID & Design International, a leading, award
winning design and branding firm specializing in commercial mixed-use, hospitality, food and beverage, multi-family,
cruise ship, supermarket, and entertainment design worldwide.
Casie’s career started in television as a product spokesperson on Home Shopping Network, but after finishing college she
followed her life’s dream of working in the interior design industry. As a child, Casie always had a passion for interior
design and would draft floor plans and build homes with Legos at the young age of 6.
It was in 1999 that Casie rose through the ranks as a residential interior designer, working at some of South Florida’s
largest and most prestigious design firms, whose celebrity clientele included movie legends, professional sports figures,
and Middle Eastern royalty.
In 2013, Casie joined IDDI and has been instrumental in building the company’s portfolio. Along with their immensely talented team, Casie has helped take the firm from 25 employees to its 68 design professionals today. In addition, she has produced healthy, enduring relationships with some of the world’s most recognizable brands.
But more than a VP, Ms. Idle is an advocate for giving back to the community and sits on several Board of Directors and
Committees and believes wholeheartedly in doing business with purpose. Casie is President of NEWH of South Florida,
which provides scholarship and leadership education to college students in the hospitality design and culinary industry.
She also sits on the Board of Directors for Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Broward Chapter and has adopted 3
Broward County High Schools to mentor young students in the interior design industry. Her “Design a Restaurant
Challenge” has become a part of the Broward County Curriculum. In addition, Casie sits on the Davie Advisory Board for
Big Brothers Big Sisters and contributes to many charitable organizations including Feeding South Florida, Everybody
Eats, Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies, HANDY, 211 Broward, and Operation Christmas Child.
Casie is the mother of a 13-year-old girl, Carrington, who is following in her mother’s footsteps in giving back to the
South Florida community. Carrington is an ambassador for Kindness Couture and Childnet, which collects underwear and
pajamas for children in the foster care system, and an ambassador and mentor for Arc Broward working hand in hand
with preschool and school age children with developmental disabilities. Casie is getting married this November and will
be blessed with 3 more amazing daughters; Paige, Ellison, and Cameron. Dion, her fiancé, and Casie happily reside in
Rebuilding Together Broward’s Black Dresses and Blueprints: Celebrating Women in Construction event is a cocktail celebration of hors d’oeuvres, great drinks and outstanding women leaders in construction.
This signature event is an ideal networking opportunity with a substantial, sophisticated audience of individuals who are committed to improving our local community!
During this event, we celebrate and recognize outstanding women who are leaders within and have made an impact in the construction industry and their community.
Impacting Your Community
Rebuilding Together Broward County is a local affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring a safe and healthy home for every person while improving the existing low-income housing stock. Our mission is repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.
A home that is safe and healthy is at the core of every thriving family. However, housing continues to be one of Broward County’s greatest community challenges.
In partnership with the community, Rebuilding Together Broward’s primary goal is to eliminate unsafe and deplorable living conditions for low-income homeowners, focusing on those who are elderly, veterans, and/or have disabilities.
Assistance is targeted at homeowners who have been unable to keep up with preventative maintenance due to their age, physical ability, and financial resources, with an impact that extends to revitalize and stabilize vulnerable neighborhoods and communities across the county.