What Others Are Saying

“I first met Suzy in 2002 when we were both covering the Andrea Yates trial.  Suzy’s indepth research on the case made her the go-to source.  Since then, she has freelanced for ABC — suggesting stories, lining up sources, and doing freelance field-producing on breaking news coverage for both 20/20 and Nightline.  Always, she has been the consummate professional journalist.  She’s a solid and accurate reporter.  She meets her deadlines.  And she’s personable, both on- and off-camera.  I highly recommend Suzy and wouldn’t hesitate to hire her again if I needed someone I could depend on.  She’s a star.”

— Teri Whitcraft, National Producer, Law and Justice Unit, ABC News

“Suzy is by the far the most professional, thorough and engaging writer I have had the pleasure to work with.  I used her writing/reporting/consultation as a springboard to a one-hour program that needed to be done on a tight deadline with no room for error.  Suzy provided us with a well researched blueprint of a story ….  Simply stated, her work became our narrative.”

— Christopher Trent, former Producer, Mugshots, Court TV

“I have had the good fortune to work with Suzy on numerous occasions and have witnessed firsthand her teaching, coaching, writing and leadership skills.  As former executive director of the Writers’ League of Texas, I hired Suzy numerous times to do writing workshops for the organization.  Just recently I was co-chair for the National Federation of Press Women conference and Suzy received the highest marks of our participants for her nonfiction workshop.  In fact, the workshops after her session suffered from participation because those who attended Suzy’s workshop were so interested in what she said, they continued their discussion long after the workshop ended.  Comments such as “This was the best writing workshop I’ve ever attended” and “She took time to answer each participant’s question and gave us great advice” were common.  She has extraordinary skills as a teacher and coach, and I will gladly hire her again whenever I have the opportunity.”

— Angela Smith, former Executive Director, Writers’ League of Texas