Suzanne Kopcha is a results-driven executive with over 20 years of experience transforming innovation & supply chain operations with breakthrough technology solutions. She is inspired by the deep understanding of how organizations do their work and co-innovating with customers; leveraging the best practices she’s learned and accumulated across many years in strategy development and digital transformation.
Suzanne spent 25 years at Procter & Gamble with a diverse set of leadership roles across IT & Shared Service organizations, company transformation initiatives; initiative portfolio management, acquisition integration and corporate strategy. She has 2 US Patents on master data management and foundational PLM data structures required in a consumer products context.
Suzanne’s passion is the development of next generation leaders; especially those that start from a point of disadvantage. Suzanne deeply believes that diversity of thought and perspective is critical to the advancement of innovation and high performing organizations. She is a leader in women’s development at Siemens, an advisor to several STEAM programs in Ohio. In addition, Suzanne serves on 2 non-profit boards focused on the development of our youth and is an advisor to entrepreneurial companies in the greater Cincinnati area.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems and Marketing from LeMoyne College and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and 2 children.