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Interior designer

Maureen Sullivan Stemberg, American interior designer. American Society Of Interior Designers, Master of Arts, 1987.


Stemberg, Maureen Sullivan was born on July 8, 1951 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Loretta McDermott and Herbert Michael Sullivan.


Associate of Arts in political science, Newton Junior College, 1969—1971. Degree in art history, Boston College, 1972—1973. Fine Arts Program, Museum of Fine Arts School, 1973—1975.

Architecture and Design, Boston Center of Architecture, 1982—1985.


Chief Executive Officer, interior designer Interiors of Wellesley, Inc., Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1977—1980. Chief Executive Officer, head designer Maureen Sullivan Stemberg Interiors, Boston-Palm Beach, 1980—1998. Design and fashion editor Palm Beach Illustrated, Palm Beach, Florida, 1990—1995.

Chief Executive Officer BabySuites.Com, Boston, 2003—2004. Chief creative officer Connoisseur Public, Inc., since 2004. Chairman and co-chairman, annual flower show Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston, 1990—1994.


  • American Society Of Interior Designers, Master of Arts, 1987.


  • Other Work

    • Designer Mahaney Baseball Club House, University Maine (Top 5 Design winner for Baseball Complex Development, 1994), Various Hotel Interiors (Top 20 Hotel Designers for Holiday Inns Incorporated, 1991), Trump Plaza, other Club Colette, Palm Beach, Florida. Contributor articles to magazine.


Fund raiser Barcelona Summer Olympics, Spain, 1990—1992, American Cup, Boston, 1993—1995. Trustee Boston Opera Company, 1977—1981. Member of United Way of Massachusetts Bay, National Trust for History Preservation, Dana Farber Cancer Institute Pediatrics (honorary.

Director 1996-1997), National Musuem of Women in the Arts (honorary. Council member 1991-1993), American Society of Interior Designers (associate).


Married Thomas George Stemberg, March 11, 1975 (divorced September 0, 1989).

Loretta McDermott

Herbert Michael Sullivan

Thomas George Stemberg