CEO and President
Greater Houston Womens Chamber Commerce
Suzan Deison began her career at the Conroe Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and because of her entrepreneurial talent, became a very successful business owner of several entrepreneurial companies. She has helped raise several million dollars for non-profits including Easter Seals, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association and area Chambers of Commerce. She serves as President of the Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy Foundation, on the Board of the March of Dimes, and the ELT of the American Heart Association. She was recognized for her many contributions to our community by being named a 2013 Woman on the Move by Texas Executive Women, and in 2014, she was honored in Forbes Magazine as a Texas Woman Business Leader and named Channel 13’s Woman of Distinction. In 2016, Suzan was named an ICON and one of Houston’s Most Influential Women by D-Mars Magazine. Suzan has the distinction and honor of serving as President of three Houston chambers of commerce, including founding the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce (GHWCC), where she serves as CEO and President. Under her leadership, the GHWCC has grown to be one of the fastest growing chambers in the United States. She also founded the Greater Houston Women’s Hall of Fame and the Greater Houston Conference for Women. Suzan created STEM TOWN USA, an initiative to increase exposure of third grade girls’ interest in math, technology and science through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) concepts. Since its inception, the program has graduated over 800 girls. Suzan and the GHWCC believe that when we empower women, we help empower communities and the world.