Suzanne Hull has 28 years of experience with the Department of Human Services. She obtained her Master’s degree in Social Worker from the University of Hawaii in 2007. Suzanne has held various positions under child welfare services including adoption work with foster children. Suzanne spent several years administering contracts for the Social Service Division. While in this capacity, she was responsible for ensuring that agencies provide necessary services to children and families as well as seniors. In 2010, Suzanne became the Director of the Senior Companion Program, providing statewide oversight and support to 105 senior companions who help make independence a reality for the elderly in Hawaii. In 2015, she became the Director of the Foster Grandparent Program overseeing 100 volunteers statewide. This intergenerational program engages kupuna in schools and child development centers to support school readiness and academic achievement of children.

During her free time, Suzanne keeps busy with two active daughters who are 17 and 15 years of age. She is serves at her church in various capacities. Suzanne enjoys crafting, jogging, tennis and walking her dog Bella