Suzanne Daniels is a South African lawyer who now lives in Los Angeles, California. She has owned multiple businesses and currently runs a business consultancy where she has many international clients and applies her expert knowledge and industry experience to solve their company issues. A graduate of the University of Cape Town, Suzanne began her career as an attorney in South Africa. A career spanning over 15 years, she has served in various roles within the legal profession as a law partner, Compliance Officer, Corporate Secretary, Board Advisor, and General Counsel.
Suzanne is also a bestselling author on Amazon. Her latest multi-author biographical book is called Nomad CEOs, featuring stories of CEOs who run their businesses from all over the world. The book is available on Amazon from 13th August.
Suzanne is a single mother of a special needs child. Despite her daughter, Emma being born blind, she ensured that her disability would not get into the way of her daughter’s dreams. And because of that, Emma graduated summa cum laude from the New York Film Academy with a degree in Acting for Film and is starting up her acting career.
When she’s not busy assisting her daughter with her acting career, Suzanne enjoys reading, cooking, and exploring her new home state.
October 11th, 2021 | Season 7 | 31 mins 41 secs
expat, relocation, special needs parenting
Growing up in apartheid South Africa, raising a special needs child and having to move across the globe during a global pandemic caused a major shift in Suzanne Daniels' life. The single mother and lawyer is learning so much from her life in America and from her visually disabled daughter, who has helped her to understand that nothing is impossible.