Directory

CJDG Designer Members

Display # 
Name Phone
Aaron FurlongAaron Furlong 213-623-4228
Alex SoldierAlex Soldier 212-354-4244
Alexandra HartAlexandra Hart 619-286-9278
Alexis BarbeauAlexis Barbeau 954-422-9559
Alishan HalebianAlishan Halebian 714-730-1140
Ananda KhalsaAnanda Khalsa 413-727-3599
Babette ShennanBabette Shennan
BarbaraBarbara 585-383-1089
Belle B. Barer Belle B. Barer 213-663-6614
Bree RicheyBree Richey 617-522-3229
Chi Galatea HunyiChi Galatea Hunyi 800-609-6888
Cornelia GoldsmithCornelia Goldsmith 415-332-0802
David AlvaradoDavid Alvarado 562-544-3124
Denise Betesh 505-466-1033
Denny WongDenny Wong 808-947-0188
Dharmesh and Namrata KothariDharmesh and Namrata Kothari 201-585-2021
Diana WidmanDiana Widman 312-346-2363
DonaldDonald
Elizabeth & Jack GualtieriElizabeth & Jack Gualtieri 503-236-6735
Elizabeth GarvinElizabeth Garvin 212-420-9470
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