Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Suzette is committed to helping people find their truth and become agents of change, whether on campus or within their community.
As a former Director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Suzette saw the good, bad and ugly of decisions made on college campuses; and, their ripple effects. In 2013, she decided to take her passion and channel it into a career as a professional speaker and consultant, tackling the topics of conflict resolution, sexual misconduct, risk management, and social justice. She is a global leadership educator focused on allowing others to realize their full potential. Professionally, Suzette received her BA in Political Science from Mercer University and her Masters in Higher Education Administration from the University of South Carolina. Currently, Suzette is a doctoral candidate at Illinois State, studying the factors that contribute to the development of culture in student groups.