Suzette M. Malveaux is the identical twin of American journalist Suzanne Maria Malveaux. She was born on December 4, 1966, in Lansing, Michigan, United States of America. Suzette hails from an educated family; her father, Floyd J. Malveaux, served as the dean of medicine at Howard University while her mother was an educator.
Suzette Malveaux is highly educated; upon completing her high school education, she joined Howard University, where she graduated in 1988. She then joined New York University and graduated in 1994. Upon completing her studies, she worked as a clerk for Robert L. Carter, an American lawyer and civil rights activist.
Suzette is a civil rights lawyer and a law professor at the University of Colorado. After working as a Robert Carter’s clerk, Suzette started her law practice at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee, working in the civil rights and urban affairs unit. Suzette then worked at Cohen Milstein law firm for five years, specializing in representing plaintiffs and class action litigation cases.
After practicing law for almost ten years, Suzette moved to teaching as she started tutoring at the University of Alabama School of Law. In 2006, Suzette joined The Catholic University of America and taught in the faculty of the Columbus School of Law, and as of 2018, she has been teaching at the University of Colorado. Suzette M. Malveaux has also appeared on several occasions in media outlets to talk on legal issues involving the US civil legal system, among other law-related issues.
Suzette M. Malveaux had a rough time growing up in the face of discrimination; her father was once racially discriminated against, which motivated her to become a civil rights lawyer. Suzette and her partner Catherine Smith met through their professions. They have been both at the forefront of fighting discrimination and racism. They started liking each other and later fell in love through their interactions. She often poses for pictures with her partner, and they often spend more time together. It is unclear if she has any children with Catherine Smith; she has not revealed much about her family, but she is often only seen with Smith.
After completing her university education, Suzette’s sister worked as a news reporter at New England Cable News. For nearly four years, Suzanne worked at WRC-TV as a news reporter; in 1999, she joined NBC News after Tim Russert recruited her. Suzette’s sister has moderated political debates and worked as a White House correspondent.
In her personal life, Suzanne Malveaux also identifies herself as gay and is currently in a romantic relationship with Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House Press Secretary. The two probably met when Suzette’s sister worked as a White House correspondent, and they have been together since. Suzanne and Karine have one adopted daughter.
Suzette M. Malveaux is not active on social media platforms, but she is an active member of society, and one can find her pictures all over the internet. Besides, some of her videos can be found on YouTube.