• Committee: Joanna Regulska, Mary Gossy, Ethel Brooks
  • Post-MA Employment/Education: Depty Director of Career Services & Alumni Affairs, Baruch College School of Public Affairs, New York, NY Private Career Consultant
  • Thesis/Practicum: Practicum: Ireland and Abortion: An Analysis of a Social Movement with the Irish Family Planning Association (Dublin, Ireland)
Suzanne Grossman is a Brooklyn-based writer, job search coach, and women's leadership specialist. She is a founder of Love Your Job (LYJ), a series of classes and workshops that support women in achieving fulfilling work at the compensation they deserve. She also advises college students, teaching them practical skills and sharing information on how to make the leap to satisfying careers. Suzanne has held professional roles at Omega Women's Leadership Center, Institute for Women’s Leadership at Rutgers University and Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership. Suzanne has a BA in Psychology from Tufts University in addition to an Master’s degree in Women's and Gender Studies from Rutgers University. She has worked at the Irish Family Planning Association in Dublin and the Center for Reproductive Rights in NY. Suzanne is an avid Irish music fiddle player and one of the original founders of the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls.