Here at Rebecca Foster Design, growth is the name of the game. We are constantly stretching ourselves to find better ways of running the business, new ways to stretch and challenge ourselves, and most of all - new ways of bringing our best work to our clients.
And of course, growth goes hand in hand with expansion. With that in mind, we’d like to introduce the newest members of our team. Each and every one of them bring their own unique dynamic, and they all help Rebecca Foster Design bring it’s absolute best to the table.
Lauren Dito | Associate Designer
After earning her bachelor’s in engineering from Colorado School of Mines, Lauren moved to LA to work in the aerospace manufacturing. Eight years and thousands of airplanes later, she left aerospace behind to pursue her passion for interior design. She still claims that design school was harder than engineering ever was, but it didn’t stop her from receiving her professional certificate from UCLA Extension and master’s of in interior architecture from Cal Poly Pomona. These days, you’ll find her using a combination of technical, design, and project management skills to help Rebecca achieve the best designs possible for her clients.
Chelsea Copitas | Project Management & Billing
Chelsea keeps our back of house operations running, utilizing her skills with project management software and her ability to organize to keep everything at Rebecca Foster Design running. Chelsea has a passion for interior design and experience in working in a multicultural work environment with a high degree of flexibility, creativity, commitment and optimism. She draws inspiration from her world travels and loves exploring hidden gems in San Diego. She is an active member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and a graduate of the Design Institute of San Diego, CIDA Accredited with a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Interior Design.
Brittanie Elms | CAD & Space Planning
Brittanie brings Rebecca’s designs to life through floor plans and 3D renderings, helping clients visualize their new space before a single installation has begun. Brittanie is also on her second career, having originally intended to use her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Oregon State University to improve the mental health of those in her community. After having her first child, she realized she wanted to spend her time doing more creative work rather than the clinical paperwork and strict government regulations dictated by her current path. Interior design is her passion and she loves getting opportunities to combine her mental health background with creating beautiful environments.