About Suzanna

Suzanna comes from Singapore and holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University, focusing on creativity, intelligence, and giftedness. Her research areas include building academic literacy of children from poverty, creativity in the classroom, and cross-cultural creativity. She earned her M.S. degree in Creative Studies and Change Leadership from the State University of New York, Buffalo. Prior to living in Texas, Suzanna was head of department for humanities in a high school, vice-principal, and professional development officer facilitating teachers in action research in classroom settings in Singapore. Her vision is to transfer sound practices from educational psychology and creativity to help students and families from poverty in the community overcome academic challenges.
Together with her husband, Hector Ramos, she has ministered in Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Estonia, Russia, and the United States. She has also facilitated workshops and seminars for teachers in Singapore, the Dominican Republic, and South Africa, to develop classroom strategies using creative thinking and problem solving.
Suzanna is currently an Assistant Lecturer at Texas A&M University at the Department of Educational Psychology. She teaches Educational Statistics, Child Development for Educators, and Tests and Measurement in Education. She serves as Associate Pastor and Worship Leader at The Equipping Center.