Suzanne Munson is a skilled writer with an extensive background in corporate and non-profit communications. She is a successful author with a 5-Star rating on Amazon for her biography of Founding Father George Wythe: “Jefferson’s Godfather: The Man Behind the Man.” Her latest book, “The Metaphysical Thomas Jefferson,” has just been released to Amazon.
Following publication of her first book, she became a sought-after public speaker with excellent reviews, focusing on the great legacies of America’s Founding Fathers. Her most popular talk, “America’s First Leadership Crisis,” explores the nation’s history of statesmen leaders and is laced with political humor.
Participants are encouraged to become more aware of their need for civic engagement: “Democracy is not a spectator sport.” For more information about her talks and articles, please visit www.suzannemunson-author.com.
Suzanne has provided talks and college-level courses at the following venues: University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, William & Mary, and University of Richmond continuing education affiliates; the Chautauqua Institute in New York; and for numerous professional, community, and historical societies.
During her corporate and non-profit career, she also served as executive speech writer and corporate spokesperson.
She is the author of more than a dozen articles of historic interest in regional magazines and newspapers. Suzanne is currently writing a new book, “America’s First Leadership Crisis: 1776,” expected to be published by the end of 2021. She also plans to publish a journal of memoir and poetry, “Of Love and Loss.”
AFFILIATIONS AND AWARDS:
Suzanne is a past president of the Richmond Public Relations Association and the Richmond First Club and a former vice president of the American Marketing Association, Richmond Chapter. Her work has won first-place awards in annual statewide public relations competitions. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Richmond Kiwanis Club and provides volunteer services for CARITAS and Healing Place rehabilitation programs for addicted persons.