Susan Fairchild and Bruce Fairchild
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She made guest appearances on Friends and Cybill as well as returning to daytime soap operas where she played Sydney Chase from The City.
Early Life and Education
Susan Fairchild grew up in Easton, Pennsylvania and graduated from Easton High School and Penn State University. Later she served as a first grade teacher for Philipsburg School District where her influence touched both her students’ lives as well as those of their families.
Suzie Fairchild is a psychotherapist practicing privately in Boston, Massachusetts and also serving on the Board and Faculty for the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. Additionally, she holds certifications as an MSC teacher as well as being an avid meditator in the Insight tradition.
Dr. Fairchild founded the UA Grantham nursing programs in 2009 and currently holds the title of Dean Emeritus in their College of Nursing and Health Professions. Her passion for learning has made an incredible impactful impression upon all the thousands of students she has taught over time.
Suzanne Fairchild is an experienced mental health professional who specializes in anxiety, stress management and self esteem issues. Providing services out of Natick, Massachusetts she also holds certifications as both Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) instructors.
Her first production in theater was an eight-and-a-half hour dinner-break-free production of Charles Dickens’ Nicholas Nickleby at age 13. This experience ignited her lifelong love of theater; since then she has performed in both contemporary and classic productions on Los Angeles stages like Marylin Monroe, Hudson Backstage and Theater West.
Fairchild’s supervisor had claimed that one of her witnesses provided false evidence, prompting the judge to suppress that testimony and Michigan bar authorities to determine that she violated attorney ethics rules, leading them to issue an appropriate sanction against Fairchild; she accepted it graciously citing her regret and character as mitigating factors.
Achievement and Honors
Suzie Fairchild has appeared in numerous movies and television shows over her long career, such as playing Jennifer Pace on Search for Tomorrow (an early daytime soap opera on CBS from 1973-1977) from 1973 to 1977 and paper Dolls and Falcon Crest respectively (short-lived series).
At present, she works for the Kovner Foundation setting strategy, identifying partners/programs, evaluating results and setting strategy. Personally, her passions lie with theater and arts which she supports with fundraising activities such as dinners at London’s National Theatre or participation in drama council of Juilliard School drama council.
She has guest starred on numerous popular television series such as Roseanne, Two and a Half Men, Cybill Shepherd and even being targeted in one of Jon Lovitz’s sketches on Naked Gun involving being depicted as an habitual liar.
Suzie and Bruce have undertaken many philanthropic endeavors together. Suzie serves on the Administrative Board for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre and as trustee for Carnegie Hall; Ensemble Connect (a collaboration between Juilliard School, Carnegie Hall and Ensemble Connect) supports musicians. Furthermore, Suzie founded National Theatre of Great Britain in the US while sitting on its Board.
“Her passion for music was ignited as a child after hearing Gustav Holst’s orchestral piece “Mars” on the radio; this set her on an exciting career journey that eventually included theater fans like herself and husband as fans; she served on boards such as Metropolitan Opera and Lincoln Center before appearing on several television series like Step by Step and Serial Mom.
He is an esteemed hedge fund manager with an estimated net worth of approximately $7 billion, with his firm regularly outstripping the S&P. Furthermore, he donated $10 million to Howard University as an act of goodwill.
He owns an expansive estate that spans California, Florida and New York – in addition to having appeared in television series like Three’s Company.
In 1973, he married artist Sarah Peter in a Jewish ceremony; however, they divorced seven years later in 1998 and then later married Suzie Fairchild who is Robert Fairchild’s daughter as well as Louis Fairchild who founded Fairchild Fashion Media – now part of Conde Nast Publications -.
Kovner and his wife devote much of their giving to three areas: ideas – especially conservative or libertarian ones that could improve American public policy; school choice scholarships for families with low incomes; and outstanding music, particularly intensive training to sustain classical music in its future form.