The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has named Susana Suarez director of development for the Indiana Neuro-Diagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center. She currently serves as executive director of communication strategies for Governor Eric Holcomb. Suarez also serves as councilwoman and is past president of the Zionsville Town Council, with additional leadership roles on the Zionsville Safety Board, Board of Police Commissioners and the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.
While based in Washington, D.C. early in her career, Suarez was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve in various positions, including assistant director for regional operations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency and chief compliance officer for The Peace Corps. She served as executive director of the Hispanic International Trade Council and deputy director for political coalitions with the Republican National Committee. Prior to her role as executive director of communications strategies for Governor Holcomb, Suarez was the president and CEO of Media Moon Communications, which advised clients around the globe. She earned her degree from the Ohio State University and is a graduate of the senior management program at the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland.