Ronda Jackson, IIDA, CID, NCIDQ

Ronda Jackson, IIDA, CID, NCIDQ

Decor Interior Design, Inc.
Los Angeles City Center Co Director, IIDA Southern California

Ronda Jackson, CEO and mompreneur of Decor Interior Design, takes pride in her response to changing market conditions and that combined with her desire to deliver the best service possible, has led to Décor’s steady growth and impressive client list. Her portfolio includes projects for Warner Bros, US Bank, The Walt Disney Company, Golden State Water and several government agencies.

In 2006, when the housing crisis took hold, Jackson transitioned from a boutique residential firm, specializing in kitchens and baths, to a predominately commercial clientele with a focus on office interiors and collaborative work environments. Jackson also became a specialty contractor signatory to the painter’s union.

“It’s important to be consistently responsive and flexible in every aspect of project delivery for our company,” Jackson says. “What makes our firm unique is our integrated approach to design.”

Jackson attributes a large part of her success to attending of a variety of business development programs. These programs enhanced her business acumen and established a sustainable success strategy for Decor. She is a graduate of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program; University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business’ Minority Business Executive Program; Turner School of Construction Management; UCLA Anderson’s Management Development for Entrepreneurs and the Tuck-WBENC’s Executive Women Program.

Jackson is a 4-year nominee and three-time Supplier of the Year award winner. Jackson was named the 2018 WBEC-West Star and Enterprising Woman of the Year. Under her leadership, Décor has been honored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon Small Business Award, SBA’s Minority Small Business Champion, BBALA Outstanding Entrepreneur Award, and National Association of Minority Contractor’s Contractor of the Year. In addition, she also made Los Angeles Business Journal’s Top Minority Firms and Women Making a Difference lists. She earned a spot on the Inc. 5000’s and Inner City 100’s list of the fastest-growing private companies in America.