Vice President, Facilities Management, Operations, and Planning; Vice Dean for Student Services
A results-oriented senior executive with a proven record of growth and accomplishment in health care administration and facilities management, Amador Centeno launched his career at Mount Sinai Medical Center and has held leadership positions at Continuum Health Partners and Columbia Health. He earned an MS in health service administration from Iona College and a BS in economics from Lehman College.
Under Amador's leadership, Facilities Management and Campus Services has physically transformed Columbia University Irving Medical Center, raising two new buildings: the 100,000-square-foot Vagelos Education Center and the 60,000-square-foot School of Nursing building. Programmatic transformations at the Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library and Student Health Service have revolutionized how students learn about and receive health care.
William Black Building
650 W. 168th St., Room B-07
New York, NY 10032