Suzanne Fell

Mrs. Suzanne FellMS, Business Education, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
BS, Business Education, Bob Jones University

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About Mrs. Fell

Maranatha has been a big part of Suzanne Fell’s life since starting as a first-year teacher right out of college in 1990. While teaching, she earned her master’s degree in Business Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. A highlight of her master’s program was completing her thesis work and receiving the Delta Pi Epsilon Research Award. After leaving in 1999 to spend more time with her children and family, she returned in 2005 as a part-time professor. She brings office experience to the classroom as well, having spent six years teaching Microsoft Office applications in the Wisconsin Technical College System. Since 2000 she has conducted Microsoft workshops through Madison Area Technical College’s Business Industry and Career Services, which are marketed to Madison area businesses and their employees. She is certified in secondary business education by the South Carolina State Board of Education and as a business technology instructor by the Wisconsin Technical College System. Mrs. Fell is a Microsoft Certified Application Specialist in Word 2007. Her interests include the following:

  • Effective use of Microsoft Office applications
  • Developing keyboarding skills
  • Educational Technology


“On a personal note, I am privileged to be married to a man who can fix almost anything, and we have three children who enjoy our home in the country. My hobby is taking care of our two horses and other animals as well as helping my daughter with her 4-H projects.”


Mrs. Fell and her family attend Calvary Baptist Church in Watertown, where she serves in the nursery ministry as the desk coordinator and helps out wherever else she’s needed. She feels blessed to be a part of the Maranatha ministry and her church. The Lord has given her many opportunities within the community and student body to be a witness of God’s saving grace and goodness.