Suzanne “Suzi” Barlow has provided research services to museums, universities, private schools, social programs, and small medical or issue-inspired nonprofits. Previously, she was Director of Prospect Research for Pace University’s six colleges and law school, where she built a campaign-ready research team. She came to Pace from the Metropolitan Museum of Art research team. She earned a B.A. in International Relations at Knox College, Illinois, an M.L.I.S. at Rutgers in 2004, and a certificate in fundraising from the Heyman Center at NYU. She has continued her studies through the Project Management Institute and Pace’s Lubin School of Business.
She has been a speaker for the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement [APRA] on advanced-level research methods and career development, also serving as a board member of APRA-GNY. She currently serves as a member of the Special Programs Committee for Women in Development, New York.
Services include prospect and board research and research trainings, as well as wealth screenings, predictive modeling (forecasting), cost-benefit analysis for growth, and post-project analysis.