Professional Speaker - Emergency Management
Suzanne is an internationally-respected speaker who provides high-value and high-impact talks on the subjects of social equity and inclusion, cultural communications, community resilience, cultural and environmental impact and protection, building bridges in culturally diverse communities, and the impact of climate change on at-risk coastal communities and cultures.
We deliver high-value, original keynote speeches for business gatherings, organizations, and professional conferences.
Suzanne has given high-value, original presentations at local, regional, national, and international conferences.
Suzanne provides in-person and virtual lectures at academic institutions such as the University of Hawai’i, the University of Otago (New Zealand), and the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Suzanne Frew - Keynote Speaker
Office of Language Access, State of Hawaii
✓ Equity and Inclusion in Emergency Management
✓ Cross-Cultural Risk Communications
✓ Cultural Brokering as a Leadership Tool
✓ Climate Change and Vulnerable Populations
✓ Disability, Access, Functional Needs (DAFN) in Emergency Management
✓ Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Emergency Management
✓ Culturally Competent Language Translations
✓ Innovative Gaming for Risk Resilience
✓ Communicating with Diverse Populations
✓ Legal Frameworks for Equity and Inclusion
✓ Culturally Competent Emergency Management
✓ Cultural Competence as a Leadership Tool
✓ Whole Community Planning
Looking for a different topic?
We will gladly create a custom presentation, keynote, lecture, or breakout session.