Suzanne Alexander co-founded The LiveLikeLou Foundation, along with her husband, Phi Delt brother Neil Alexander, who died from ALS in 2015. During his journey with the disease, the couple started the grassroots effort LiveLikeLou.org organization, an effort to build awareness for ALS, raise funds to support ALS families, and fund ALS research to find a treatment or a cure. In just five years they raised more than $4 million, founded the LiveLikeLou Center for ALS Research at The University of Pittsburgh’s Brain Institute, and established LiveLikeLou.org as a leading entity in the fight against ALS in Western Pennsylvania.
Suzanne is a graduate of San José State University and earned her MBA from The University of Pittsburgh.
Suzanne is a California native, loves raising her children Abby and Patrick in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is a proud fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates. She loves working with the members of Phi Delta Theta in their mission to Leave ALS Better Than We Found It.