Suzanne Fletcher

graphic designer and Director of Marketing and Public Relations in Nashville, Tennessee

Suzanne Fletcher

graphic designer and Director of Marketing and Public Relations in Nashville, Tennessee

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I'm Suzanne – passionate about working behind the scenes to make the big picture AMAZING.

Public Relations, English and Graphic Design are my specialties! As a dominantly right-brained, whimsical, visual learner, I thrive through details and creativity.

I currently work full-time as the Director of Marketing & Public Relations for Nashville on the Move, a real estate team with Keller Williams® Realty in Nashville, Tennessee.

With my love for art and graphic design, I do freelance graphic design work on the side and continually design things like custom résumés, wedding invites, event posters and more!

I graduated in May 2016 from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and a minor in English.

On campus, I enjoyed involvement with the Cardinal & Cream Newspaper as Advertising Manager and Staff Writer, Union University's Public Relations Student Society of America chapter as President, and Chi Omega Fraternity, Upsilon chapter as Director of Marketing & Digital Media.

I am a member of GRAMMY U's Memphis and Nashville chapters and have been able to experience a taste of working in the music industry. Additionally, I served as the Events & Music Intern at Rocketown in Nashville and on the Strategic Partnerships and Media teams for the Country Music Association.

Through these involvements, I have skills in public relations, graphic design, journalism, event planning, social media, videography, marketing, advertising and more.

I’m a Southern lady with a love for adventure. I’m silly, sometimes gullible and definitely passionate. Music is one of my greatest loves, along with language, writing, literature, cooking, singing and painting. I find myself at a concert almost every weekend.

I’m a cat lover who appreciates the simple things. Despite the Southern stereotypes, I’d prefer a cup of coffee to sweet tea any day. Random acts of kindness rock the world, and I strive to understand life from all perspectives. Ultimately, I desire to be creative in every aspect of my life and share God’s love with all people.


"We are not called by God to do extraordinary things, but to do ordinary things with extraordinary love." –Jean Vanier

  • Work
    • Nashville on the Move
  • Education
    • Union University