Vision

Our vision is to attack the diverse levels of domestic violence through the power of our healing and ultimately our voice.

Mission

Our mission is to provide inspiration that strengthens women through motivational speaking, introspective coaching and interactive workshops. 

Company Overview

SuSu, is an non profit organization with a platform that motivates women to become whole. SuSu invites dynamic speakers that provide practical and relevant resources and tools that help women to become rooted in self-care, strengthened in hope and ready to embark on a full life. SuSu offers a 6-component, on- on-one coaching program designed to help each woman internalize topics such as: Self- love, Coping, Healing, Growing, Moving Forward, and Forgiveness. Our Founder, Davisha Fredericks is a dynamic speaker and can be engaged to galvanize any audience with her true core powerful testimony. Participants and audience members will witness her passion, compassion and how devoted she is to the transformation and inspiration for women globally. You are guaranteed to walk away inspired and ready to act on a new beginning with an impacted purpose. 

 

Meet Davisha.

Davisha Fredericks is a Godly Christian woman, wife, and mother of 4 children. She was born in Los Angles, Ca. and was raised in Indianapolis, IN where has since lived her young adult life of trying to find her calling. Over a year ago, she seeked God to help her and how she can make an impact and empower women. God then opened the door for her to connect with The Julian Center, where she signed up to volunteer. Since then, she has founded SuSu, (Stand Up. Speak Up.), an organization dedicated to help women in domestic violence become whole. Not only is Davisha the founder SuSu, LLC but she is also a domestic violence survivor who fell silent for 15 years after being in a relationship for 10 years of physical, emotional, verbal, financial abuse. She is very passionate about helping women to break strong holds in their life and help them to move forward in becoming independently whole and finding their voice. Why? Because, once you find your voice to speak up and your back bone to stand up... you are  broken free of chains. You have found your freedom.