Suzette Espuet, a New Yorker of West Indian parentage believes that to overcome trials further propels you into achieving greatness in your present. Raised by her mother she is an eyewitness to how highly motivated women succeed.  She is very passionate about social justice, women empowerment and community development. Suzette completed her undergraduate work at NYU and received a Master’s of Science from Columbia University. She has worked with 4RWI for several years and facilitated workshops both domestically and abroad. During 2007 and 2008, she facilitated workshops at Bennett College for Women (Greensboro, NC), Spelman College (Atlanta, GA), and other youth conventions (Stamford, CT).

4RWI has provided her an opportunity to assist women of all ages, ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds with issues of self-esteem, identity, abuse and development. Today she works for an institute that promotes global change, equity, as well as opportunities for women and sustainable development in many countries. She strongly affirms that “a woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform”-Diane Mariechild. Suzette is also an avid traveler and has visited several countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

She also facilitates in several of 4RWI, Inc. signature events such as: The Leadership Academy 4 Women: LEAD! and has served as a mentor.

Suzette specializes in the following 4RWI, Inc. Signature Workshops: Help, I’m Empty and Broken: How Sharing Stories at the Well Can Heal Our Lives; Your Universal Uniform: The One Outfit Every Woman Leader’s Gotta Have; No Regrets: Healing Without Remaining in the Hurt.