Suzanne Osborn

Vice President, Human Resources

Suzanne Osborn is a Vice President, Human Resources. She has 25+ years’ experience serving as a leader and strategic executive advisor in human resource issues. She is responsible for all human resource functions at Westat, including benefits, compensation, human resource information systems, employee relations, and recruitment. Her focus has been on creating continued efficiencies for business processes as well as driving the company culture that supports its values and contributes to being a compelling place to work. 


  • MBA, Human Resources, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • BA, Psychology (with a minor in Mathematics), Ithaca College

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