Suzanne brings her background in coaching, facilitation, advocacy, and Jewish communal life to her job as Keshet’s Deputy CEO.
Prior to joining Keshet, Suzanne worked with Avodah, running their DC Service corps, and in various national programmatic and management roles, including Deputy Director and Acting Executive Director. She also worked as an independent consultant focusing on equity and inclusion training, assessment and organizational change work, as well as coaching and strategic planning
Suzanne received a B.A. in Psychology from Wesleyan University, an M.A. in Jewish Studies from University of Maryland-College Park, and a Graduate Certificate in Facilitation from Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership. She has also received an Associate Level Coaching Certification from the International Coaching Federation. Suzanne was a member of the inaugural cohort of the Schusterman Fellowship.
Outside of work, Suzanne spends time working on advocacy and education in her local public schools and serving twice exceptional kids (kids who are both gifted and have a learning disability). She also is involved with equity and inclusion efforts, especially around racial and gender identity, at her local shul. Suzanne lives in Maryland with her partner, two kids, and two cats.