Since joining MCHI in 2006, Ms. Schlattman has raised over $6 million for the organization, and led successful public education campaigns targeting various Maryland audiences, including small businesses, young adults and low-income working families. These efforts have resulted in over 300,000 Marylanders gaining health care coverage.
She has led a distinguished academic career. A 2006 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of McDaniel College, she was awarded the college’s prestigious Mary Ward Lewis Prize for “top college woman.” In 2009, Suzanne received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Maryland and Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, following a research fellowship at the Innovations Institute at University of Maryland School of Medicine. In 2016 she was named “Most Outstanding Recent Graduate” by the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Ms. Schlattman also served on the board of directors for the Baltimore Intersection, a nonprofit for developing the next generation of community leaders and advocates. She is most proud of her work with them to support the Maryland DREAM Act, Maryland Gun Violence Prevention Act and the creation of Baltimore City’s Children and Youth Fund.