HIGH POINT — The Bienenstock Furniture Library recently announced its new board of directors for 2021.

Among its ongoing initiatives as a furniture and design industry resource, the board will support the library’s inaugural Student Design Summit in the fall, according to Executive Director Karla Jones.

Christi Spangle, co-CEO at High Point-based interior design firm Barbour Spangle Design, assumes the role of board president for a two-year term. She has served as a board member since 2013.

Longtime board member Dudley Moore, president of High Point-based Otto & Moore Furniture, will serve a two-year term as vice president.

Sarah Stevenson, who is part of the city of High Point’s communications team, is named to the position of secretary, executive committee.

Four new board members serving one-year terms are Caroline Hipple, president of Ohio-based, upholstered furniture specialist Norwalk Furniture; Nancy Fire, design industry consultant and owner of NYC-based Design Works International; Leslie Newby, president of the North Carolina-based WorkTheBrand public relations and marketing communications agency; and Elizabeth Scruggs, founder and principal of design-build firm Superior Construction and Design, based in the Nashville metropolitan area.

Two new student representatives on the board are Ethan Barbour, a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, and Dylan Timoney, an industrial design student at Appalachian State University.