Commissioner Angie Master

Angie Master

Angie Master’s career includes commercial real estate experience, brand management marketing at Fortune 500 companies, and a demonstrated commitment to the non-profit community.  Master practices commercial real estate across New York City at the boutique firm of Prendamano Real Estate of Staten Island.  She facilitates commercial sales and leasing across sectors as varied as retail, warehouse, office, and religious and educational institutions, while seeking to preserve the legacies of local landscapes and allowing for future growth. She advocates for her diverse clients ranging from small mom and pop businesses to large corporations, as well as for non-profit organizations including the JCC of Staten Island, Pride Center of Staten Island, Historic Richmond Town, and Eden II.   Prior to her real estate career, Master worked as a marketing executive at Avon, Nabisco, and Schering-Plough HealthCare Products.  Master began her career in management consulting at Towers Perrin and Booz-Allen & Hamilton ranging from international projects for the Indonesian national steel mill where she identified $20 million in transportation cost savings to domestic projects such as a reconnaissance study for the Honolulu, Hawaii Sanitation and Parks Department. She also taught marketing courses as an Adjunct Professor at Wagner College in the MBA program.

Master has a strong commitment to numerous Staten Island non-profit organizations, serving on the Board of Trustees of the JCC of Staten Island and formerly on the Board of Trustees at Staten Island Academy.  She believes in preserving Staten Island’s cultural gems and is a member of Historic Richmond Town, a living history village, and Snug Harbor Cultural Center, one of Staten Island’s earliest designated landmarks.

Master’s lifelong love of history has given her a deep personal appreciation of historic landmarked sites.  A Korean-American immigrant, Master was born in Busan, South Korea, and grew up in Spokane, Washington.  Master cherishes New York City’s immigrant and multi-cultural history and looks forward to working to preserve and honor its diversity.  She has been a proud resident of Staten Island for the last 30 years.  She earned her B.A. and M.A. from Stanford University, and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School where she was the Robert Lear Scholar.  Master is the Real Estate and Staten Island representative on the Landmarks Preservation Commission.