The Face Behind Utopia


Continuing Education

A commitment to continuing education and a conscientious attitude are attributes that have allowed Kristy & Jericho to build successful practices. They are dedicated to building strong client relationships and are passionate about lifelong education for themselves and in doing so, educating their clients.

Kristy holds the Certified Re-Design & Staging Consultant designation, Certified Eco-Professional certificate and is also a Certified Color Consultant.


Community Involvement

Utopia Designs has been involved with the Regina & Region Home Builders' Association, Canadian ReDesigners Association, Regina Chamber of Commerce, Regina Newcomers Club, Regina Women’s Network and Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs.

Kristy is the Past President of the Regina Newcomers Club – an organization dedicated to welcoming women and their families to Regina. She was a board member with the Regina Women’s Network. Kristy previously served as the Director of Member Relations with Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs and represented the provincial board of SYPE as the Vice-President. Kristy also served as a member of Woman Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan. Being a board member has provided Kristy with the satisfaction of knowing that she is contributing to organizations that are breaking down barriers to success faced by young professionals and one that celebrates their successes.

Utopia Designs has also been represented at the annual Home & Garden Show.


Media

Keep an eye open for our latest staging tips in this month's Homes & Land issue!

Utopia Designs created the dressing rooms for Paul McCartney and his band. Thank you to Evraz for allowing us to ba a part of this event.

Utopia Designs was asked to create a set on the stage for Debbie Travis when she came to Regina. Thanks RWN for promoting such a fantastic event!

Kristy Lee was nominated in the Young Entrepreneur category at the Paragon Awards put on by the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce.

Utopia Designs was chosen as one of Saskatchewan’s ten finalists in the Progress 2 Capital Entrepreneurs Competition.