Support Staff Spotlight: Susana Juarez

Maddie Morton

Staff Writer

Every other week, we will sit down with some of our amazing support staff and get to know them more. If you were unaware, our support staff that will be featured in this bi-weekly piece will be our Custodial staff, Security workers, Front desk, Behind the scenes/Student activities, and our Lunchroom operators. Be sure to check in every other week to get to know the staff members that do so much for us and our school.

For this week’s bi-weekly support staff spotlight, we have Susana E. Juarez. Susana E. Juarez works in Admissions!

Susana Juarez, Admissions

The Artisan: Have you always lived in Jacksonville?
Juarez: No, I moved here from Chicago about five years ago

Artisan: Where were you born and raised?
Juarez: I was born and raised in Chicago

Artisan: Are there any arts areas that we offer here at DA, that you enjoy yourself?
Juarez: All arts areas will always have a special place in my heart, I went to an arts high school in Chicago called Curie Metropolitan High School.

Artisan: How long have you been working here at DA?
Juarez: For about five years, since my daughter was a freshman and she just graduated, she was in vocal here at Douglas Anderson.

Artisan: Where is your daughter going to college?
Juarez: Elmhurst University in Illinois

Artisan: What do you do in your free time?
Juarez: Well ever since my daughter has graduated, I’m trying to find a new meaning for my free time and I’m still figuring out what it means to me.

Artisan: Do you have a favorite book?
Juarez: Not really, I do read a lot, but I couldn’t really say I had a favorite single one.

Artisan: What is your favorite color?
Juarez: Black

In our next week, we will feature our loved Bonnie Lamp who works in.. a little bit of everything!!

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