Suzanne Grant

Suzanne B. Grant is an accomplished business woman and philanthropist.

About Suzanne Grant

Suzanne B. Grant has served as the Chair of the Board of the Delaware Public Employees Retirement System  since 2012 and has been a trustee since 2009. She also serves on the Investment Committee for the Fund.  Over the past 35 years, Suzanne has held numerous investment-related positions in the investment industry including at firms such as Smith Barney, Morgan Stanley and Jefferies & Company.

Suzanne is credited as a producer of highly acclaimed Broadway productions: To Kill a Mockingbird; Moulin Rouge! The Musical!Lifespan of a FactNetworkThe Waverly GalleryThree Tall WomenThe Iceman Cometh; London productions: The Lieutenant of InishmoreRed; National tour of Jitney; and Off Broadway:  The Visitor, Mornings at Seven; Future Broadway production: Carmen Jones. She is an Associate Producer of the film Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody.

Suzanne is a Trustee of Tulane University where she also serves on the Endowment Management, Finance, and Executive Committees.  She has held a variety of positions within the Jewish Federation system. She currently serves as Treasurer of The Jewish Federations of North America, is a past National Campaign Chair and was the co-chair of the 2014 International Lion of Judah Conference.  She has held many positions within the Jewish Federation of Delaware. She served as co-chair of the Annual Campaign in 2005 and president from 2007-2009. Suzanne currently chairs the Investment Committee of the Jewish Fund for the Future, the endowment fund of the Delaware Jewish Federation.

Suzanne has a BS in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.  Suzanne has a certificate from Harvard Business Analytics Program (a joint initiative between the Harvard Business School, Engineering and Arts & Science Schools) from which she graduated with distinction.

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