Madeline Burke-Vigeland, AIA, LEED® AP

Community Sector Leader, Principal

Maddy is a Studio Director in our New York office. As a Firmwide Leader of Gensler’s Community Sector, she also serves on the firm’s Management Committee. Building a reputation as a leader of successful collaborations, both with high-profile clients and peer design firms, her projects have had a significant impact on cities and communities. Currently the Principal-in-Charge of the Columbia University Medical Center’s Graduate Education Building, she served in a similar capacity for the recently completed expansion and renovation of the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass. Deeply engaged with education and cultural organizations, she has worked closely with highly impactful institutions including the New Museum, the New York Public Library, The Jackie Robinson Foundation and the Robin Hood Foundation, and she also serves on the Dean’s Council of the University of Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning. She has guest lectured at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, New York University and at Harvard University’s Leadership Institute for Legislative Advocacy conference. Maddy’s work has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Record, Fast Company, Atlantic Cities and Interior Design, among others.