Founder and CEO of Berry Diversified Public Relations Agency, Ciara Suesberry is an energetic businesswoman and a passionate humanitarian dedicated to empowering individuals in her community. She is a lover of truth who is persistent in achieving goals and strives to enhance her expertise each and every day. With her strong leadership and communication skills, Suesberry thrives as an upcoming public speaker with specific interests in poetry and literature.

Suesberry has been a dedicated writer since 1999. In 2009, she had her first poem titled “Which Way” published in Creative Communications. In 2010, Suesberry graduated in the top five percent of her class from Thurgood Marshall High School. Since then, she has been recognized for her academic achievements in the Houston Chronicle and recognized for her community involvement in the Fort Bend Lifestyles magazine.

In December 2016, Suesberry earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. While building her analytical skills in the communications’ field, she excels in public relations, journalism, technical writing, media writing, gathering information, marketing, interracial communications, media law, interpersonal communications, and mass communications. Thus, her ability to collect data, build relations, identify opportunities, write practically and adhere to the needs of the public are some of her many strengths.

Suesberry voluntarily works with the Area Community Coordinator at HEB grocery store, where she’s requested to host events catered to the community and local schools, such as health fairs and awareness programs. Many of her services have been featured in the Riverstone Newsletter, Fort Bend Star Magazine and Missouri City Television.

Suesberry tributes her growth to Misty Blue Media, The Signal Newspaper and Houston Ballet for discovering her passion in Public Relations. Hence, she’s had the opportunity to publicize Houston’s first Texas Black Women’s Expo and represent clients such as Trichologist Leola Anifowoshe, Waithe Studios, and The Session Talk Show. Today, she performs spoken word in the local Houston area to promote her writing capabilities and PR Agency.

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