Suzanne grew up in the Cleveland area and graduated from Purdue University with a dual degree in Biology and BioChemistry. She came to Cincinnati and attained her MBA at Xavier University in Business Intelligence. Her 24 year career has been spent at Procter and Gamble, currently working as Director of Innovations. Suzanne is a business leader driven by her passion to learn and deliver breakthrough capabilities in the workforce. She has invested time and energy networking and establishing mentor/mentee relationships. And she has found much fulfillment in collaborating with others- both in the work force and with Kindervelt.
A motto that is a capstone for Suzanne is “Nothing ventured, nothing gained, sometimes you have to go against the grain.” She states that she is encouraged to go beyond the status quo and challenge the thought processes. This philosophy has spilled over into every aspect of her life.
Their son, Alex was born with Down Syndrome and at age 4 had successful open heart surgery. Being part of Kindervelt has opened her eyes to all the great things our organization and CCHMC has to offer. Our fundraising efforts and members are a presence for the great medical professionals and staff- all of whom have helped the Nemeth family on their life’s journey. Kindervelt is a way to “pay it forward “. Suzanne currently is group #65’s Vice President and Co-Chair of our up-coming Winter Fundraiser- LET The GOOD TIMES BOWL. Please support this next citywide event and help Suzanne, her Co-Chair, Andi Mapes, and their committee, have a very successful event.
See above for all information for Let the Good Times Bowl.