Suzanne Ludlow is a retired city manager of Takoma Park, Maryland, where she was responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the municipality. She is a certified planner and certified public manager, and has received accolades for excellence in finance, planning, public safety, and efforts to promote race equity and climate change resilience. She enjoys mentoring young professionals interested in local government public service. She has a BA from Oberlin College and an MS in Urban Affairs/Economic Development from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She gained an interest in advancing NET research and patient education after her late husband was diagnosed with NETs in 2012. Suzanne joined the NETRF Board of Directors in January, 2022.