CBS News (retired)
Suzanne Allen Redpath spent her entire professional career–45 years–at CBS News from which she recently retired.
Working under her maiden name, Suzanne Allen, she spent many years at The CBS Evening News and then at 48 Hours holding both Producer and Senior Producer positions. As the Senior Producer for Foreign News Coverage at The CBS Evening News she was sent all over the world and was deeply involved in some of the most important breaking news stories of her generation including producing on scene the fall of the communist governments in Eastern Europe and The Democracy Movement in China that led to the massacre in Tiananmen Square.
At 48 Hours Suzanne handled a wide variety of stories and helped lead the broadcast’s coverage of 9/11 and the school killings in Newtown, Ct.
Suzanne is the recipient of several Emmy awards and two Columbia University duPont Awards for Excellence in Journalism. She is an active member and Vice Chair of the boards of The School of American Ballet at Lincoln Center and Hollins University in Virginia.