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Carole Ann Brown

January 1, 1985

1985 – Dallas, Texas

Award-winning interior designer Carole Ann Brown is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers. She created the interior and uniform design for two commercial airlines, Muse Air and America West Airlines. Her interior designs have been published in numerous national magazines and her uniform design for America West received the Image of the Year Award for excellence in design. Mrs. Brown is also a residential real estate broker. As a top producer with the Henry S. Miller Company, she was designated a member of The Dozen, a national organization recognizing those whose sales volume places them among the top 5 percent in the nation. Carole Ann is well known in Dallas for her philanthropic work for the Northwood National Women’s Board, Dallas Symphony Orchestra League, The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum, the March of Dimes, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Opera, Les Femmes du Monde and many others. Mrs. Brown has a B.F.A. in Communications from the University of Texas and a degree in interior design from El Centro College. She is married to Richard Lang Brown and they have two sons.