Vicki Match Suna

Vicki Match Suna, AIA, BA80/MArch82

Vicki Match Suna is senior vice president and vice dean for real estate development and facilities at NYU Langone Medical Center. She oversees strategic campus planning, design, construction, maintenance, and operations of all Medical Center properties, a portfolio of more than six million square feet. Her primary focus currently is leading the implementation of NYU Langone's Campus Transformation project, which includes construction of the Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion, a new state-of-the-art acute care hospital; the transformation of Tisch Hospital; construction of the new Science Building and Energy Building; and the creation of ambulatory care facilities, as well as Medical Center growth beyond the main campus.

A registered architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Match Suna previously served as a commissioner on the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, the board of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, and the advisory board of the Governors Island Preservation and Education Corporation. She currently is on the board of the New York Building Congress, as well as Washington University's New York Regional Cabinet and Sam Fox School National Council.

In 2010, Match Suna received the Center for Architecture Award from AIA New York and the Center for Architecture Foundation. She also was honored by the New York City Commission on the Status of Women and received the Art Trek Award from the Queens Council on the Arts.

Match Suna joined NYU Langone in 1994, and oversaw the development of the award-winning Joan and Joel Smilow Research Center in 2006. She was appointed senior vice president and vice dean for real estate development and facilities in 2007. Prior to joining the Medical Center, she was an associate partner at Lee Harris Pomeroy Associates. Her previous experiences directing the New York City office of Payette Associates, and positions at Ellerbe Architects & Engineers, SMP Architects, and Perkins & Will.

Match Suna earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Architecture in 1980 and a Master of Architecture in 1982, both from Washington University. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and two daughters—one is a currently a senior at Washington University and the other will enroll as a freshman in fall 2014.