Suzette Speaks is a Miami-based television host and attorney. A graduate of the University of Florida for both undergraduate studies and law school, Suzette is the founder of the Fort Lauderdale Law Group, PLLC, a real estate and title law firm. After only a few years of practicing law, Suzette felt called to follow her second passion and has now developed a dual- career path as both an attorney and a multimedia journalist and speaker.
In addition to her law practice, Suzette currently freelances as a journalist. For the past six years, she has served as the broadcast host of the Trinity Broadcast Network television program, “Joy In Our Town” and has been featured in national commercials for the network. She is also a radio contributor for’s popular Sunday night talk show “HOT Talk with Jill Tracey.” In July 2015, Suzette joined the Caribbean National Weekly as their principal digital reporter. The publication boasts a weekly print circulation of 100,000 newspapers throughout the South Florida region and an online following of upwards of 10,000 daily viewers. Suzette has also contributed articles to various online blogs and other publications such as BeautifulBrownGirls.com and the Miami Gardens Community News.
Suzette currently serves as president of the South Florida Black Journalists Association, a 30- year old organization and affiliated chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), where she represents journalists of color throughout the region. Suzette is frequently invited to serve as emcee or guest speaker at various events including special exhibits, stage performances, pageants, youth symposiums, women’s conferences, concerts and awards galas, just to name a few. Suzette is a 2016 “Legacy Magazine South Florida 40 Under 40 Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow” honoree and was selected as a 2016 “100 Outstanding Women of Broward County” award recipient. She is committed to teaching others that you can choose what you want in life and you don’t have to conform with or settle for the expectations of others.