Suzanne assists her clients with settlement arrangements with their creditors, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy cases.
She received her Juris Doctor from the Charleston School of Law in 2007 as a member of the inaugural class and is a member of the South Carolina Bar. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Citadel Military College of South Carolina in 2004 where she captained the women's golf team.
Suzanne was a Citadel Scholar and recently earned selection to the 25th Anniversary Golf team, honoring those who played a significant role in development of women's athletics in the Southern Conference in the past 25 years. She was also recently selected as a featured graduate during the Citadel's 2014 celebration of Women’s History Month, honoring women alumni who have gone on to demonstrate leadership in their careers.
Among her many accomplishments is she was named into the Citadel’s Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and Honor Society of Beta Gamma Sigma, Who’s Who Among Citadel Students, Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities, and the National Golf Association Division I All-Scholar Team.
In her spare time, she is on the board of directors for the Citadel Brigadier Foundation, a volunteer at the Florence Crittenden Home in Charleston and a volunteer for the United States Bankruptcy Court South Carolina Division CARE and Ask-A-Lawyer Programs. She is married to Ash D. Chisholm who is an attorney with the Office of the Public Defender for the First Judicial Circuit. They reside in Mount Pleasant and have three children.
Member, Citadel Alumni Association Bylaws Committee
Featured athlete, 25th Anniversary Golf team
Featured graduate, Citadel's 2014 celebration of Women’s History Month
Speaker, Charleston School of Law Bankruptcy class, Fall 2012
Speaker, Charleston School of Law Bankruptcy class, Fall 2013
Speaker, South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association 25th Annual Seminar, Spring 2015
Speaker, Senior Law Leadership Integration Seminar, 2013
Speaker, Senior Law Leadership Integration Seminar, 2015