Suzanne Spencer

Suzanne Spencer

M.S./Doctoral Candidate, Civic Activist, and Human and Organizational Development Consultant

Pioneering and embedding innovative practices in the health and wellness terrain by mobilizing organizations, community partners and diverse stakeholders to help inform and transform the workplace, workforce and community.

Suzanne Spencer brings a wealth of experience and expertise in non-profit leadership and for-profit organizations to her career in community organizing and has been recognized for innovations in the field of mental health and addiction. Suzanne has pioneered innovative practices within the health and wellness terrain by mobilizing organizations, community partners, and diverse stakeholders to inform and transform the workplace, workforce, and community.

Motivated by her belief in one’s ability to find wholeness through integrated strategies of self-advocacy and organizational care, Suzanne is the visionary behind such programs such as Project Trailblazer, What Happens After Narcan, and SUDTALKS, thus advancing the national dialogue on our public health crisis and opioid epidemic.

 
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Author & Speaker

Suzanne is an author, an inspirational speaker, and a conference headliner, addressing audiences such as Florida Atlantic University’s Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work and Women Empowering Women Forums, among others.

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