Suzanne M. Musho, Vice President


Suzanne is an accomplished professional and recognized leader in the design and management industry, with over twenty years of experience in diverse building projects for museum, educational, hospitality, justice and corporate clients in New York and across the United States. An entrepreneur and creative professional, Suzanne prides herself on developing thoughtful and innovative design solutions for her projects. Notable clients have included the American Museum of Natural History, Jackie Robinson Foundation, Boomer Esiason Foundation, Denihan Hospitality Group, and The School at Columbia University.

Suzanne previously held her own architecture practice, MUSHO Architecture and Design LLC, a professional architectural services firm that specialized in architectural design, interiors, and project management. Through her work, she has been involved in many projects that require the integration of new technologies, including the largest residential solar installation in New York City. She is also particularly knowledgeable of finish and material innovations, including the use of stone, glass and metal.

Suzanne is a frequent speaker at industry events and has previously served as the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Dominican Academy High School in New York City, and currently serves on their Buildings and Grounds Committee. Suzanne is an active member of the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning Alumni Group, and was honored to be their Alumni Keynote Commencement Speaker in 2014.

NYU Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
MBA Certificate

University of Buffalo
Master of Architecture

University of Buffalo
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Professional Registrations
Registered Architect, New York, New Jersey, Florida

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

Professional Affiliations
American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter