Suzanne Robinson, MSW
Assistant Director, National Education Programs
Information, Support and Education
Suzanne Robinson’s primary responsibilities include curriculum development, updating and revising existing program materials, training NAMI leaders and supervising program managers in the Information, Support & Education department. Suzanne is the co-author of the NAMI Homefront program and developed the NAMI Family & Friends seminar.
Prior to coming to NAMI, Suzanne served as director of programs at NAMI Ohio for 14 years. She received her bachelor's in history from Washington University and her master's in social work administration from The Ohio State University.
What piece of your work at NAMI are you most proud of?
My father served in the Army and I am the great niece of Captain Walker Hancock, one of the original Monuments Men from World War II. I am honored to work with military/Veteran families through the NAMI Homefront program.
Who inspires you?
I’m inspired by my mother and the many others I work with who fight the discrimination associated with mental health conditions.