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MORRISTOWN, NJ, November 21, 2022 – The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC) is pleased to announce that Susan Cohan, principal and design director of Susan Cohan Gardens, has graciously agreed to create the Master Plan for the Landscape Design for Three Fields, the site of Mansion in May 2023. Susan Cohan brings her award-winning expertise to develop the master plan that will enable many prominent landscape design firms to transform the grounds of this Mendham Borough, New Jersey country estate.

For Mansion in May 2023, Susan Cohan’s master plan includes delineating the landscape design spaces for the garden tour and helping develop the logistics plan for important operational needs which are invaluable to the success of the event.

“To date, Susan has participated in seven Mansion in May projects, and we truly appreciate her consistent dedication to our fundraising efforts for Morristown Medical Center,” said Michelle Meszaros, co-chair, Mansion in May Landscape Design Committee. “The completed gardens will showcase the beauty of this elegant country estate. Susan’s generous contributions to the upcoming Mansion in May will certainly make the grounds a ‘must see’ visitor experience.”

“Many of the early 20th century estate properties are disappearing to suburban development. Three Fields is one of the most intact estate homes I've seen. The home is an excellent example of Tudor Revival and has amazing views as well as the bones of what was before. In my design practice we try to honor those elements and create spaces that also work for contemporary living,” said Susan Cohan, principal and design director of Susan Cohan Gardens. “Mansion in May allows others to experience that and is an important force in respecting and preserving Morris County's country estate legacy.”

Mansion in May is the preeminent designer showhouse in the New Jersey-New York area, attracting over 33,000 visitors. Three Fields will be open to the public for Mansion in May from May 1 to May 31, 2023. Funds raised by Mansion in May 2023 will contribute to the expansion and modernization of the Institute of Bioskills Training and Innovation at Morristown Medical Center. For more information about Mansion in May 2023, please visit the website at


Susan Cohan is the principal and design director of Susan Cohan Gardens, a full-service landscape design studio located in the New York/New Jersey metro area. Susan Cohan earned her certificate in Garden Design from the English Gardening School at the Chelsea Physic Gardens in London. The studio is dedicated to the creation of exceptional residential outdoor living spaces and gardens and she has completed projects on all scales, from small courtyards to large country estates. The finished results are frequently published in NYMetro ASID-Design, DesignNJ, and The List/House and Garden. Ms. Cohan was named The Designer of the Year and received the Gold Award for Residential Design by the Association of Professional Landscape Designers in 2021. Most recently, she was invited to participate in the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show where her installed design received the Gold Award and Best Design this past June.


Founded in March 1893 to provide financial support to Morristown Medical Center, part of the Atlantic Health System, the Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC) helps enable the hospital to respond to the changing healthcare needs of the community. With a volunteer base of more than 400 members, WAMMC hosts a number of fundraising events, anchored by the flagship event, Mansion in May Designer Showhouse and Gardens. WAMMC also operates the hospital’s gift shops and The Bargain Box Thrift Boutique, as well as WAMMC Network TV, which created Calling All Kids and is the first in-house family television station for young patients and their families to enjoy during their stay at the hospital. WAMMC is an integral part of the hospital’s ability to continue bringing cutting-edge technology and superior health services to the community, and has raised more than $30 million to date to support this mission. For more information about WAMMC, visit


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