Suzanne Skie-Azizi was born in Rapid City, South Dakota and is married with three children. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture ’81, from the University of Houston, Houston, Texas. While pursuing her education, Suzanne joined the Associated Student Chapter of the American Institute Of Architects (ASC/AIA). She held positions as: Registration Chairperson, ASC’s Annual National Convention with University of Houston Host Chapter: Student Representative on the Executive Committee, AIA/Houston Chapter, ASC’s Student Delegate for the National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and a term as President of the University of Houston ASC/AIA Chapter.
After graduating from the University of Houston, she worked with the firm, Pierce Goodwin Alexander in Houston, Texas on projects such as: Galleria Bank-Interiors, Transco Tower (presently know as Williams Tower), Milchem Building; Gateway Building and Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Terminal “C”, Houston, Texas.
She also worked with the firm, David Morris, Architect in Bellaire, Texas. Projects included: New construction and remodeling for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in and around the city of Houston, Texas Air National Guard, Ellington Air Force Base, Texas; NASA’s international viewing control center; and the renovation and addition of the Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Bellaire, Texas.
Caspian Enterprises formed Caspian Homes in 1991. Suzanne worked on many of the residential design/construction projects in an area called Rice Military in Houston, Texas then expanded work into the Midtown and East downtown areas of Houston, Texas.
She presently serves as Vice President, Caspian Enterprises and Designer, Caspian Homes. She continues to supervise downtown residential properties.