Founder and Director of Created to be Free
Suzanne has been a missionary with United World Mission in Costa Rica, working with families at social risk, for the last 20 years. She graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a Master’s Degree in Nursing Leadership (Family Nurse Practitioner Pathway). She holds a certificate in Biblical studies from Multnomah Biblical Seminary. In March 2014 she received a Master’s Degree from FASCETS as a facilitator in the field of Fetal Alcohol, Other Neurobehavioral Conditions, and FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model.
Suzanne worked for more than 15 years with the Roblealto Child Care Association as Health Supervisor.
Suzanne is an adoptive mother of two children; the younger lives with FASD. Because of daily personal experiences with her children, she has a passion to help others understand how alcohol and other substances / experiences can affect brain development, and teach another paradigm to help everyone embrace people around us with different behaviors, and free them to become the people created by God.