2019 Board Member Suzanne Enck

Suzanne Enck, Ph.D.

Suzanne has volunteered for nearly 30 years with domestic violence prevention programs, rape counseling centers, and university-based sexual assault prevention initiatives. Suzanne is an Associate Professor of feminist rhetoric and public culture in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Texas, where she is also an allied faculty member in Women’s & Gender Studies. Suzanne’s teaching and research centers on gendered violence, women’s incarceration, and popular culture. Suzanne has previously worked with Resolana, a Dallas-based holistic empowerment program aimed at ending cycles of women’s incarceration. Suzanne is also one of the founding members of the Denton Feminist & Queer Collective.


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