“Being humble is recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others.” -Gordon B. Hinckley
“Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
– Mark Twain
She volunteers for the Houston Recovery Initiative as the Recovery Advocacy Committee Chair. Her most recent advocacy project is a documentary called Generation Found. Her role as Associate Producer helped lead the Houston community in making and funding the film. Created by Greg Williams, director of The Anonymous People, Generation Found tells the story of Houston’s unique community support and programs for youth and family recovery. Suzanne presented with Greg Williams at the 2014 American Public Health Association National Conference on the impact of films on public health. In October 2016 she was awarded the Distinguished Advocate award by the Houston Chapter of the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals.
Suzanne has a BA in Psychology from Franklin and Marshall College and has an MPH in Healthcare Management at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health. She is an avid cyclist, enjoys CrossFit, travel and the arts.
Connect with Suzanne on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/suzjarvis
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