Frey

Big Spring High School graduate and valedictorian Suzanne Frey was recently named to the Council of Foreign Relations.

Suzanne Frey, a 1989 graduate and valedictorian of Big Spring High School, was recently admitted to the Council on Foreign Relations.

Frey, of Los Gatos, California, is also a 1993 graduate of Wellesley College, Massachusetts, and a member of Wellesley Alumnae Trustees, as well as graduating in 2006 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a Sloan Fellowship.  

Frey is vice president of Security, Compliance and Trust Engineering at Google, charged with protecting personal and sensitive information for the users of the Google Cloud platform. Frey is also a member of the Board of Directors of The Motley Fool, a multimedia financial services company headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. 

She travels throughout the world and is a certified deep sea diver and photographer who advocates for clean air, earth and water. Frey is scheduled to be diving in Antarctica waters in the near future exploring scientific research with other like-minded researchers.

Frey is the daughter of Kathleen and the late Robert Frey, of Newville. She also has a brother, Robert Frey, a 1993 Big Spring High School graduate. 

Members of the Council on Foreign Relations include past U.S. presidents, Secretaries of State and other cabinet members, as well as prominent journalists and business leaders whose work affects international relations. This appointment is non-political and is considered a “think tank” in colloquial terms.

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