Suzan Boyd led the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy as Executive Director through a time of significant growth from December 2001 to December...
Suzan Boyd led the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy as Executive Director through a time of significant growth from December 2001 to December 2006.
Dr. Boyd's prior experience ranged from management and primary care activities at the Brookside Park Family Life Center in Boston to Vice President of Ambulatory Services at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, to Director of the MHA Program at University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health.
Under her leadership, the organization grew significantly in scope and reach - including a budget and staff that both increased by more than 500% in her five-year tenure. The programmatic sophistication of the organization grew considerably and was stimulated by the organization’s first federal funding through a grant from the Centers for Disease Control. Dr. Boyd has recently rejoined the organization in a leadership role, this time as an emeritus member of the board of directors.
She earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston College, a master’s degree from Yale University, a master’s of business administration from Simmons College, and a doctorate from USC.