Chief Idea Woman
Kim is an award-winning producer, author and member of the Producer’s Guild Of America. She has packaged stories about interior design, real estate and development in print, for television and on digital platforms since 1999. As a filmmaker, her work has screened nationally and internationally in the United States, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the country where she was born, Canada.
In 2011, she founded MeByDesign, an idea boutique for the homegoods industry. Since founding the company, she has worked with designers, architects, art consultants and the occasional on camera host, to increase profitability, taking more than one from six to seven figure sales. She’s helped them lay the foundation to create and negotiate product licenses and develop rosters of clients who are a fit for the way they work. Her clients have been published in national shelter magazines and newspapers like: Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Robb Report, Wall Street Journal and House Beautiful. She’s helped them hire onbrand team members, sell digital series and create opportunities for guest television appearances. Her book Branding + Interior Design is in the Top 20 on Amazon’s Bestseller list for Design.
Kuhteubl also serves on the Board Of Advisors for Thrive GPO, a group purchasing organization and procurement service providing nonprofit organizations with access to better pricing for common goods and services.
Christina has worked at various well-established East Coast newspapers, PR agencies, magazines and digital platforms including programming and producing the home and living content for NBC’s The TODAY Show for two decades. She has worked with brands ranging from Delta Faucet to Nivea and Beiersdorf, to MZ Wallace, Traditional Home magazine, Women’s Health magazine, Maxim magazine, ETSY, NBC Universal and Better Homes and Gardens magazine, where she was lifestyle editor. Christina holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and also has an interior design certificate from The New School in New York City. Originally a native of Massachusetts, she makes her home in New York’s lower Hudson Valley. In her spare time, she refurbishes vintage furniture.
An alumni of Marie Forleo’s B-School and member of the CYLL network of virtual assistants, digital marketers, and online business managers, Angela works virtually to support entrepreneurs in their behind-the-scenes needs. She has worked with coaches, authors, speakers, and other leaders of their industry in creating systems, maintaining websites, managing client care, and pretty much anything and everything her clients need in order to focus on their zone of genius. Angela loves to learn, read, and travel.