Suzanne G. Kominski, who as a young woman was an assistant at the State Department, the CIA and the Brookings Institution public policy organization, died Nov. 10 at George Washington University Hospital. She was 92. She lived in Alexandria.
She died of head injuries suffered earlier that day when she was struck by an automobile while walking in the 1200 block of Key Drive in Alexandria. According to Alexandria police, the auto was backing out of a driveway when it hit her.
Suzanne Green was a native of Princeton, N.J., and a 1942 graduate of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
At the State Department, she was an assistant to future Nobel Peace Prize winner Ralph Bunche in 1944 and 1945. She also worked on the United Nations organizing conference in San Francisco.
In the 1950s, she worked at the Brookings Institution on matters concerning the post-World War II economic recovery of Europe and after that as administrative assistant at the CIA.
With her husband, John Kominski, she helped maintain trails in Shenandoah National Park as a volunteer with the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club. She enjoyed hiking.
In addition to her husband of 50 years, of Alexandria, survivors include a brother.