Tamar Moy joined Newmark in 2017 at the firm’s New York headquarters; she leads Workplace Strategy & Human Experience in the Northeast region. She also co-chairs the Legal Workplace and Financial Services Workplace Practices and leads the Fashion/Luxury Goods Workplace Practice. As a practicing strategist specializing in design and human-environment relations for over 25 years, she has collaborated with companies of all sizes and industries to promote the power of place to influence people and enable business performance. Moy is passionate about engaging clients to develop workplace visions that promote corporate culture and business objectives, resulting in workplace strategies that optimize real estate investments and best position clients for long term success.
Prior to joining Newmark, Moy was the Director of Workplace Strategy for Perkins Eastman, responsible for overseeing all aspects of pre- and post-design analysis and strategy development. Previously, Moy served as senior workplace strategist and interior designer for HLW International. For nearly ten years before that, she was a workplace consultant and interior designer at Gensler.
Areas of Specialty
- Workplace Strategy
- Best Practices & Trends
- Client Engagement
- COVID-19 New Normal
- Task Force
- Legal Services
- Financial Services
- Fashion/ Luxury Goods
- Women of Influence Award, CRE Advisor/Consultant of the Year category, GlobeSt.com, and Real Estate Forum, 2019
- Top Women in Real Estate Award, New York Region, Connect Media, 2018
- Corenet Panelist, “The Who” Webinar, 2020
- Eisner Amper Panelist, “Workplace of the Future,” 2020
- Destination Better, Presenter “Remote Work Strategies- In the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond,” 2020
- RealTECH Panelist, “Workplace Innovation & The Office of the Future,” 2019
- Corenet Presenter, “Your Office is Where You Are: Looking Back/ Leaping Forward,” 2018
- Member, CBY Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce
Moy graduated with honors from Cornell University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Design and Environmental Analysis. She also holds an Interior Design degree from the New York School of Interior Design.